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    I applied for both Law and Philosophy at several universities and got some offers. I have always wanted to do both but Law is something I want to long term. My firm choice for Law was Queen Marys, but after visiting an open day I realised that travelling everyday for an hour is not pleasant (I cant live out for several reasons), especially to a rough area like Mile end. It has gotten me thinking and I am wondering if I could do Philosophy at a uni closer to home and then do a conversion to law. Has anyone done or is doing a conversion course with similar subjects and how does the process work? I am very confused at the moment and help would be great. Thx :top:
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    (Original post by xXxSimixXx)
    I applied for both Law and Philosophy at several universities and got some offers. I have always wanted to do both but Law is something I want to long term. My firm choice for Law was Queen Marys, but after visiting an open day I realised that travelling everyday for an hour is not pleasant (I cant live out for several reasons), especially to a rough area like Mile end. It has gotten me thinking and I am wondering if I could do Philosophy at a uni closer to home and then do a conversion to law. Has anyone done or is doing a conversion course with similar subjects and how does the process work? I am very confused at the moment and help would be great. Thx :top:
    Yeah, basically you do the philosophy degree, and the you do a one year law course, and then you carry on like you would have if you'd done the law degree!
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    So, so cruel. R.O.F. is to legal career idealism what "farmsex" websites are for naive ruralism.
 
 
 
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