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    Would it be possible once graduated with a Computer Forensics BSc to do a law conversion afterwards and become a lawyer?
    Or are there specific degrees required...
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    nah thats fine, just do the GDL any degree will do. that puts you in the position of law students then its 1 year lpc and 2 years tc.
    Your challenge is funding. get a good degree and then a TC and you can persuade your firm to pay for you or you face paying for yourself.
 
 
 

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