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    I graduated from UCL in 2015 with a 2:1 degree in English. My A-level results are A*A*A (in English, Law and History).

    I had persistent health issues throughout my degree and therefore only averaged 66%. I then moved home and have been working in a coffee shop while I apply for graduate jobs.

    My only (sort of) law-relevant work experience is a twelve week internship in the Home Office. I am now also training as an adviser at my local Citizen's Advice Bureau.
    Do I have any chance of securing a training contract (preferably one that could fund my GDL)?

    Depends on a lot more information than that. But nothing so far says you haven't got a chance.

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    Yes of course I don't see why you don't. Why do you think you don't?

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