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    I will be starting my Law degree in October, and my university has offered for all students to take up a language at the same time.

    - I studied Spanish up until A/S Level so I have a fairly decent grasp of it
    - However, I studied French for GCSE and therefore I am at a much lower level of understanding in this language

    My question is which language would be more useful for me in the future?

    I hope to be a commerical solicitor and then eventually go into politics

    I feel that french would be useful as it is the language spoken in the EU as well as the fact it is a more classical language and so law firms might be more attracted to it.

    Any advice on the subject would be hugely useful


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