I am interested in becoming a commercial lawyer in the future however iv gt a long way t go as im only still doing my as levels. ive been doing some research lately and i found out that i have two main options to my dream job;
-by doing an apprenticeship which i can do striaght after my alevels and it takes me 5years with ilex where i will have qualifications to honours degree as well as work expreince ( as a legal excutive) and money cus il be earning while am learning
- or i could take the 'normal route' and go to uni and do 3yrs law then 2yrs lpc which adds up tbh and by the end of it ill hopefully earn a job bt will have a load of loans by the end of it.
so my question is by taking the apprenticeships will I be in any way discrimnated if i attempt to go into a big commercial firm because I did not go to uni and are there any difference/advantages if i do decide to go to uni?
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- Thread Starter
- 20-03-2011 16:48
- 20-03-2011 16:51
If you don't get into commerical law via an apprenticehip you'll still have a Law degree to fall back on.