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What's the point of doing a Law PhD? watch
- Thread Starter
- 14-11-2017 13:58
- 14-11-2017 15:55
For solicitors, pointless unless you want to transition into teaching/academia or you're bored.
For barristers, the work life is more akin to an academic, so having a PhD can be useful. Some people have a PhD in another area, the eternal students, who transition into law. Others have a PhD in law and then try the bar. Others will be at the bar already and take a PhD part-time. The bar attracts intellectual freaks, particularly at the top end. They do it for their own enjoyment largely.