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    Constitutional Law 73%
    Administrative Law 72%
    Criminal Law 74%
    Law of Tort 73%


    Law of Contract 74%
    Land Law 74%
    European Union Law 73%
    Equity Law 73%
    Law of Evidence 72%


    Family Law 70%
    Jurisprudence 71%
    Commercial Law 72%
    Company Law 71%
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    Constitutional Law 73%
    Administrative Law 72%
    Criminal Law 74%
    Law of Tort 73%


    Law of Contract 74%
    Land Law 74%
    European Union Law 73%
    Equity Law 73%
    Law of Evidence 72%


    Family Law 70%
    Jurisprudence 71%
    Commercial Law 72%
    Company Law 71%
    Labour Law 70%
    I'm sorry. Without giving us the most important data, none of us can advise on your chances of doing this course.

    How big is your bank balance?
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    (Original post by nulli tertius)
    I'm sorry. Without giving us the most important data, none of us can advise on your chances of doing this course.

    How big is your bank balance?



    At moment i have got over £29 000 that i won in lottery .
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    At moment i have got over £29 000 that i won in lottery .
    Then, subject to passing the BCAT aptitude test (I believe this involves being able to tie your own shoelaces), you satisfy the entrance requirements ie, you have a lot of spare cash and burning ambition, whether realistic or not, to be a barrister.
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    At moment i have got over £29 000 that i won in lottery .
    Some people have it all.
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    (Original post by nulli tertius)
    Then, subject to passing the BCAT aptitude test (I believe this involves being able to tie your own shoelaces enter a PIN number), you satisfy the entrance requirements ie, you have a lot of spare cash and burning ambition, whether realistic or not, to be a barrister.
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    (Original post by nulli tertius)
    Then, subject to passing the BCAT aptitude test (I believe this involves being able to tie your own shoelaces), you satisfy the entrance requirements ie, you have a lot of spare cash and burning ambition, whether realistic or not, to be a barrister.

    Thanks so what are all processes ?
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    (Original post by Notnice)
    Thanks so what are all processes ?
    Barristers have to do their own research

    https://www.barstandardsboard.org.uk...-for-the-bptc/
 
 
 
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