i'm a second-year english literature undergraduate at the university of warwick and, without knowing the mechanisms of the legal system (having not studied law or not yet done a legal work placement, though i hope to in the future) nonetheless find myself interested in trying out for law conversion courses after graduating. i'd love to be involved in human rights law, and i have a series of questions that i hope someone could answer. they've been asked elsewhere, but this website is always quite useful in getting particularly illuminating answers.
1) is there a likelihood that i could be successful - a good lawyer rather than economically successful that is - only doing a law conversion course and having done english (as opposed to politics, business, management etc.)
2) it's likely that i'd have to do the course close to home - cardiff that is - if not, are there any particularly good courses?
3) do you have any ideas for texts that'd be useful in me getting to know more about the legal system - maybe some practical case studies? i have some recommended but like i said tsr might offer good alternatives.
thanks for any answers to these questions, sorry if i'm repeating an oft-asked query, and yeah thanks again!
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you probably get this a lot but: law conversion query watch
- Thread Starter
- 30-03-2011 15:57