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    Hi,
    I've decided that I'd like to become a lawyer, but, I'm having problems on deciding what A levels to take next year.
    For the moment I've decided on Fine Art, French and Philosophy, but, I just need one more option.

    Cheers in advance,
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    So to become a lawyer, if you take the academic route, you will need either a law degree or a non-law degree and a GDL to satisfy the academic requirements.

    Really, you could do any degree to become a lawyer, and therefore you could do any combination of A-Levels to become a lawyer.
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    Like Rubyx said English Literature or History are very popular options for people who want to go into the Law path. I would also encourage you to try Maths, if you an interest in it that is.

    Generally, it doesn't matter what A-level subjects you take, but Maths, History and/or English Lit are arguably the most popular options.
 
 
 
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