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Hello

I want to eventually be a lawyer, but I love studying philosophy, should I study something I love and become a lawyer, or just study LLB Law.

Another aspect of this is that regardless of my love for the subject, Kings college I believe is better than Surrey as a brand.

Which one out of the two would you pick if you were in my place and loved philosophy, and would also eventually want to become a lawyer.

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Hi, to become a lawyer you need to take a LLB Law course.
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Hi, to become a lawyer you need to take a LLB Law course.


Best if you don't post on the law forum if you don't have a clue about legal careers
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Hello

I want to eventually be a lawyer, but I love studying philosophy, should I study something I love and become a lawyer, or just study LLB Law.

Another aspect of this is that regardless of my love for the subject, Kings college I believe is better than Surrey as a brand.

Which one out of the two would you pick if you were in my place and loved philosophy, and would also eventually want to become a lawyer.

Many thanks
Philosophy, if that's what you enjoy studying.
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You can become a lawyer by doing philosophy + conversion course. No point studying the LLB if you think you’ll enjoy philosophy more.
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(Original post by Rajvi0203)
Hi, to become a lawyer you need to take a LLB Law course.
what a beautifully unhelpful answer

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do philosophy. kings is good, you enjoy philosophy and you can do a conversion. remember though, the funding for a conversion course is limited to £10k (i think) so you'll have to fund the rest yourself
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(Original post by HoldThisL)
what a beautifully unhelpful answer

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do philosophy. kings is good, you enjoy philosophy and you can do a conversion. remember though, the funding for a conversion course is limited to £10k (i think) so you'll have to fund the rest yourself
Thank you for your answer, I think there's an SQE exam that's coming out right, if one would want to become a solicitor.
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Thank you for your answer, I think there's an SQE exam that's coming out right, if one would want to become a solicitor.
Philosophy as others have said.
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