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    I am looking at studying English at university and I'm unsure whether to do a law conversion course after.
    Would I be at any disadvantage by doing a law conversion in comparison to straight law?
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    They're neutral; there to tick a box. Your undergrad therefore has to speak for you.
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    (Original post by Lauraaa25)
    I am looking at studying English at university and I'm unsure whether to do a law conversion course after.
    Would I be at any disadvantage by doing a law conversion in comparison to straight law?
    Nope, not at all. In fact, at some law firms, they choose approximately half of their cohort as non-law graduates, while choosing the other half for law graduates. So, to answer your question, you wouldn't be at a disadvantage.
 
 
 
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