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    Having nearly finished it,the Law Society's new webpage is now available for those either studying law or those thinking of a career in the law after your degree.

    www.durham.ac.uk/law.society

    Hope to see record numbers of you join us next year!!

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    thanks for the link.
    just had a really quick look around. not studying law.. but toying with idea of maybe doing a law conversion... so will probably join the society once arrive at durham!

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    It seems as if lots of people want to do something like a conversion course after their full time degree. Thats fine, and in fact some employers actively encourage it. I think we'll probably do a piece on it at some point.
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    (Original post by Marky_B)
    It seems as if lots of people want to do something like a conversion course after their full time degree. Thats fine, and in fact some employers actively encourage it. I think we'll probably do a piece on it at some point.
    well i'm glad to hear it... doing degree in psych first. hope it will stand me in good sted!

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