Magnus Taylor
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I am currently a Year 12 student that wishes to go into Law.
I am looking to do a B.A in History and then do a Law Conversion, is that going to enable me to pursue a career in Law with some relation to a Law degree?
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Crazy Jamie
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Yes, that is exactly what you need to do. The law conversion course is the GDL, and gives you a very intense one year grounding in law where you study all the 'core' subjects. It is increasingly common for students to do a non law degree followed by the GDL, and I think the generally accepted figures are that around half of all graduates accepted for training contracts and pupillages nowadays did not do a law degree initially, so it's a perfectly viable approach to take.
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