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    Can someone with no confidence and extremely bad verbal communication skills succeed in the study of Law? - LLB Suppose they have a strong interest in Law and have really good written communication skills.
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    Can someone with no confidence and extremely bad verbal communication skills succeed in the study of Law? - LLB Suppise they have a strong interest in Law and have really good written communication skills.

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    You can get into the LLB degree but you'll probably fail the LPC or BTPC course. If you do pass then you might fail to get a training contract or Pupillage.
    If you want to change yourself then you can. You just need to accept that your old self needs to be let go
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    Studying it, you'll be fine.

    Practising it, probably a different answer.
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    Yes you will be fine for LLB as above then actual practice will be a different matter.
 
 
 
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