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    Hey guys im into my first year of my law degree, im a mature student hoping to become a solicitor and my finances are not that great at the moment (nothing major, ive enterd into a debt management to help me keep on top). In the next few months i should be back to normal.

    Now i woke up this morning suddenly realising this may affect me and looking up the requirements of the LPC is does include bad finances being a rejection from the course. It doesnt go into great detail but mentions bankrupcy which im a long, long way off from. By the time i finish in three years and go to apply for the LPC my finances will be spot on (apart from student loan debt lol). So i supoose my question is, will this small bump in my finances affecty future as a Solicitor or do the SRA just look at your current financial situation at the time of applying?

    Any help from anyone knowledgeable about this would be great, im stressing out here!
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    Well that is certainly a relief, thankyou pp93 for your reply
 
 
 

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