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resolved** thanks for the responses guys, i've made my decision
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so will lpc grads still be "valid" for law firms after 3 years? would lpc grads have to retake another exam if they don't find a TC after 3 years?
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If you are not going to be a lawyer or a paralegal, there is no point in doing the LPC at all. There is practically no value in doing the LPC unless you go into a legal role (compliance might be an exception given the cross-over).

Tell your family that the LPC won't exist in three years time.
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There is no point doing the LPC if you don't intend to become a solicitor. There are two possibilities here:

1) Your family have no idea what they are talking about.
2) Your family are subtly suggesting that you should become a lawyer.

What you should not do is fall into the trap of doing the LPC just because you can. All that does is cause you to sleepwalk into a legal career or into wasting a year and wasting a significant sum of money.

You now need to make a conscious decision as to whether you want to become a lawyer or not. Nobody else can make that decision for you.
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