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    I'm also genderqueer which I guess kind of makes my sexuality redundant? I'm not sure.
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    Well, Im hereeeee!

    A lesbian
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    (Original post by HopefulSolicitor)
    Well, Im hereeeee!

    A lesbian
    Evening. :hat2: A future solicitor, eh? What put you off the Bar? :p:
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    (Original post by Tortious)
    Evening. :hat2: A future solicitor, eh? What put you off the Bar? :p:
    Hey there, how are you doing?


    Oh, just the flexibility of a solicitor appeals to me more. Also, the fact that barristers are mostly self-employed isnt too appealing to me.
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    (Original post by HopefulSolicitor)
    Hey there, how are you doing?


    Oh, just the flexibility of a solicitor appeals to me more. Also, the fact that barristers are mostly self-employed isnt too appealing to me.
    Good thanks - the username caught my eye since I'm a lawyer-to-be too. I'm currently on the LPC. :yes:

    Fair enough, makes sense. The breadth of solicitors' work is what appealed to me too - that and the fact that solicitor advocates have the same rights of audience as barristers. Any idea what area you'd like to practise in?
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    (Original post by Tortious)
    Good thanks - the username caught my eye since I'm a lawyer-to-be too. I'm currently on the LPC. :yes:

    Fair enough, makes sense. The breadth of solicitors' work is what appealed to me too - that and the fact that solicitor advocates have the same rights of audience as barristers. Any idea what area you'd like to practise in?
    Ah l see. I hope to get that far lol, I probably wont make it to graduation once Im at uni.

    I always had an interest in criminal, however having done my work experience at a corporate law firm, Im very keen to go into corporate law. What about you?
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    (Original post by Tortious)
    Good thanks - the username caught my eye since I'm a lawyer-to-be too. I'm currently on the LPC. :yes:

    Fair enough, makes sense. The breadth of solicitors' work is what appealed to me too - that and the fact that solicitor advocates have the same rights of audience as barristers. Any idea what area you'd like to practise in?
    Completely irrelevant, but YOUR NEW PROFILE PICTURE IS BO. AAAAAH.
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    (Original post by hotchipsandcoco)
    While that statistic is commonly thought to be true, it is actually more like 1 in 100 people who are openly gay, if you search up the official records.

    But yeah hello, I'm homoromantic
    From collating all the stats I've witnessed and have had quoted at me, it would appear something like 2-3% of people are gay, but it's likely bigger for bi people - anything from 5% to 10%.
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    (Original post by HopefulSolicitor)
    Ah l see. I hope to get that far lol, I probably wont make it to graduation once Im at uni.

    I always had an interest in criminal, however having done my work experience at a corporate law firm, Im very keen to go into corporate law. What about you?
    Interesting - I've always been more of a land lawyer. I'll try my hand at anything once though, so I'm not sure where I'll qualify yet.

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    Completely irrelevant, but YOUR NEW PROFILE PICTURE IS BO. AAAAAH.
    You're the first person to know who she is! I didn't realise you were a Lost Girl fan!

    *Squees* :crazy:
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    (Original post by Tortious)
    Interesting - I've always been more of a land lawyer. I'll try my hand at anything once though, so I'm not sure where I'll qualify yet.

    So what uni did you graduate from if I may ask
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    (Original post by HopefulSolicitor)
    So what uni did you graduate from if I may ask
    Cambridge. It's an interesting place, but you don't get much time to do the touristy stuff!

    I think I read earlier you're applying to uni at the moment. :holmes: Whereabouts are you going?
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    (Original post by Tortious)
    Cambridge. It's an interesting place, but you don't get much time to do the touristy stuff!

    I think I read earlier you're applying to uni at the moment. :holmes: Whereabouts are you going?
    I've been to Cambridge uni as a part of a Gifted and Talented group, lovely place and uni!

    I am Im applying to Surrey, Liverpool, Brighton, Essex and Hull.
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    (Original post by HopefulSolicitor)
    I've been to Cambridge uni as a part of a Gifted and Talented group, lovely place and uni!

    I am Im applying to Surrey, Liverpool, Brighton, Essex and Hull.
    Looking forward to starting? It's pretty different to A Levels (and much harder work!), but I found uni more enjoyable overall. :yy:
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    I really am, just seems like far too much work, but hopefully I can handle it
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    Not enough

    *I'm a dude*

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    (Original post by HopefulSolicitor)
    I really am, just seems like far too much work, but hopefully I can handle it
    You'll be fine - you've got plenty of time until then to prepare for the workload. The main tip I'd give is to work smart rather than hard. Not every "easier way" is a (bad) shortcut! :cool:
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    (Original post by Tortious)
    You'll be fine - you've got plenty of time until then to prepare for the workload. The main tip I'd give is to work smart rather than hard. Not every "easier way" is a (bad) shortcut! :cool:
    Hm, my problem is I find it very hard to concentrate, I get distracted so easily. Any tips on concentration for a few hours, and other general tips that you found useful? x
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    Hm, my problem is I find it very hard to concentrate, I get distracted so easily. Any tips on concentration for a few hours, and other general tips that you found useful? x
    Work out when you work best and get into the habit of working during those times. Also, write yourself a daily to-do list of about 6 things; for some reason 6 seems to be a "good" number which is ambitious but achievable. As for studying itself, I find the Pomodoro technique useful.
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    (Original post by Tortious)
    Work out when you work best and get into the habit of working during those times. Also, write yourself a daily to-do list of about 6 things; for some reason 6 seems to be a "good" number which is ambitious but achievable. As for studying itself, I find the Pomodoro technique useful.
    Im going to try the list of 6 things for tomorrow and the Pomodoro technique seems strangely fun
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    I'm a cisgendered female, mostly lesbian but can have attractions to non-binary, female-presenting people and extremely androgynous cisgendered males.
 
 
 
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