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    Hey, i’m currently looking for work experience to do for 2 weeks and I’m finding it really hard to think of places I should go seeing as I want to be a lawyer when I’m older. Business really interests me as well , Iwouldn’t mind working at John Lewis or WHSmith but I would prefer working in a fun or hard working environment.
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    Hey, i’m currently looking for work experience to do for 2 weeks and I’m finding it really hard to think of places I should go seeing as I want to be a lawyer when I’m older. Business really interests me as well , Iwouldn’t mind working at John Lewis or WHSmith but I would prefer working in a fun or hard working environment.
    Most environments can be fun and hard working depending on the team and management. Work out what you want to do first by getting relevant work experience. Law firms will offer this either informally or through schemes so it's a question of contacting people and having a google of places around you.
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    Thank you I’ll do it right away
 
 
 
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