To do law or not to do law: that is the question?

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On the whole, I loved studying law. from what I can tell, my uni is quite different from other unis in that comparatively little black-letter and case law are studied. I loved public international law and international human rights. Hell, even jurisprudence was fun. The worse subjects are in the first year, namely contract and tort.

So if you pick the right options, undergrad law is immensely interesting. The CPE and LPC on the other hand…. they cannot be more tedious. I feel like gouging my brain out. I PRAY that I will find working more fun than the purgatory of the lpc.
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do yo reckon the GDL is more tedious than a law-degree?
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omg, i know the GDL is going to be boring and intense but I think the lpc looks really good fun - learning the skills and it being mainly practical? Or am I mistaken?
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