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    Last summer, I was offered work experience at an architecture firm. I'm currently in year 11, and I want to look for law firms (criminal, corporate, i don't mind) that offer work experience for 16-year-olds, most offer it for 18-year-olds. Does anyone know any law firms that do so? It's really difficult but I want something to keep my summer occupied when I finish my GCSEs, and I also just want to look into different career fields. Also, it would be preferred that the law firm is in London. I know I might be a bit too young, or there's no point since top unis don't care about work experience but I need to look into other careers since I'm really confused. Thank you!
 
 
 
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