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    Hi I have yet to decide what career I'd like to go into - I'm thinking about either LAw or mangement consultancy as they are quite well paid
    I was originally thinking about financial services but after work experience/insight days I've decided its not for me
    I would like to know if taking Anthropology at LSE and not ANthropology and Law will significantly hinder my chances of becoming a lawyer apart from the fact that I would have to spend a year doing the CPE (law conversion course)
    Is competition in firms extremely fierce that a person with a degree in Anthropology and Law would be hired over someone with straight Anthropology and the Law conversion course
    the problem is I think I will enjoy straight Anthropology more and therefore do better in it
    Many thanks

    Also is there any work experience/internships available for first year undergraduates at law firms? What is the best way to go about this if I don't have any contacts in the industry?
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