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    Hi everyone

    I'm graduated from university last summer with a 2:1 in law and since then have had two paralegal jobs with really good firms ( the first one for 6months and I'm still with the other).
    I have been fairly successful with tc applications this year, I haven't heard back from all my applications but I have got through to the next stage (interview) for a couple of big firms to start 2016.

    My problem is I'm not sure whether to do my lpc this September or next September? I have a place to start this September but and this would allow me to move back home. I am from near London and currently working in Cardiff and I know London is where I want to be eventually. I also miss home.


    I know there is a chance to get a firm to pay for it but I'm not hanging my hopes on this.

    I want to come home but I would have to start my lpc as to go from job to job within months of each other would look so bad on my Cv.
    So the other option is stay will my firm in Cardiff until next spring and move home do a bit of travelling and then start LPC September 2015.

    If I started my LPC this year I would look to go travelling after I finished.

    Just looking for an outsiders perspective on what the best option would be? Any thoughts would be appreciated

    Thanks in advance
 
 
 
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