So i'm 19 (scotland) and don't have the necessary qualifications from school to get straight into a university let alone law and need to know what my best option would be. Would appreciate no answers saying its impossible because it's something I know I'd be very good at and have a passion for and I will make it one way or another but need a starting point.
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Best option to getting into law school with no A levels or qualifications watch
- Thread Starter
- 04-02-2018 06:04
- Community Assistant
- 04-02-2018 06:33
Access Course (if they have them in Scotland?) would probably be the most direct route. Depending on financial constraints you may want to consider trying to get some work in a Law office - not necessarily legal, administrative work would still give you an idea of the nature of working in the area. On the legal side though you may be able to find a paralegal apprenticeship or similar which might be relevant.