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    would I be able to take this after an undergraduate degree in psychology?
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    Not sure what you mean.

    Over 50% of people who train as lawyers do so with a non law degree.

    You need to do an extra years study to get the GDL, which is a 1 year core law course and then another year on the LPC with all the other law grads.

    You then do a 2 year apprenticeship/ training contract with a law firm. Getting a firm to give you a TC is the hardest part. The best firms will pay for everything, whislt some students are left to pay for everything.

    So the answer to your question is yes.
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    Not sure what you mean.

    Over 50% of people who train as lawyers do so with a non law degree.

    You need to do an extra years study to get the GDL, which is a 1 year core law course and then another year on the LPC with all the other law grads.

    You then do a 2 year apprenticeship/ training contract with a law firm. Getting a firm to give you a TC is the hardest part. The best firms will pay for everything, whislt some students are left to pay for everything.

    So the answer to your question is yes.
    Thank you so much
 
 
 
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