lanceey12
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Hi, I am still quite unsure what I really want to do as a career and am honestly finding it difficult to pick a course. After doing some reading online, idea of studying law and it's course content sounds interesting, even though I haven't done it at A level. However, I can't see myself working as a solicitor/barrister atm, although that could change as time goes on.
Is it a bad idea to study for an LLB even if I don't have plans to go into law but find the course interesting?
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Studying law, even if you don't want to enter the legal profession is still an excellent idea. Law degrees are highly valued by employers outside the legal profession and you learn so many transferrable skills. Furthermore, only around 50% of law grads enter the legal profession anyway so you certainly wouldn't be alone in that boat.
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