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Im currently applied to a Criminology and Law degree as i think it would be more interesting and its predominantly coursework so i think i could do really well in it.

However, i know that if i want to go into Law i would have to take a Law conversation after the degree.

I was thinking of going through the paralegal career and i’ve been told that most the time the company you work for pays for your law conversion later.

Is this a good idea? Or is LLB Law better?
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The uni im going to only has straight law as the qualifying degree.

Is the hassle of a law degree worth saving a year which i would otherwise spend doing the conversion.
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The uni im going to only has straight law as the qualifying degree.

Is the hassle of a law degree worth saving a year which i would otherwise spend doing the conversion.
What exactly is the "hassle" of a law degree? If you don't want to study law, just do straight crim.

I am not sure why you'd want to do crim. Do you think it means criminal law and not just daft stuff about penology and ethnomusicology?
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As above, why is a law degree 'hassle'? Isn't it more hassle to effectively cram a law degree into 1 year with the GDL? I would do the qualifying degree then choose the optional modules I was interested in.
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As above, why is a law degree 'hassle'? Isn't it more hassle to effectively cram a law degree into 1 year with the GDL? I would do the qualifying degree then choose the optional modules I was interested in.
Yeah this is true. I’ve been told different things from different people and ultimately got confused with random information being thrown at me.

I’ve contacted the uni to change my course which should be possible. Law on its own seems easier than converting - especially as i can work out what part im interested in overtime.

thanks for ur help
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I did apply to ones but didn’t get in. But thanks
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Yeah this is true. I’ve been told different things from different people and ultimately got confused with random information being thrown at me.

I’ve contacted the uni to change my course which should be possible. Law on its own seems easier than converting - especially as i can work out what part im interested in overtime.

thanks for ur help
No problem, good luck with it all.
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