is warwick unis law and sociology degree a qualifying law degree?

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Shannonfulford
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Hi, I am interested in studying at Warwick uni and applying for their undergraduate sociology and law BA degree. Since I am interested in criminal law and want to do law with an extracurricular subject. However, I was wondering if this degree is actually seen as a qualified law degree by the 'Solicitors Regulation Authority. (SRA)
and if anyone studies law at Warwick please let me know what it like?
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The concept of QLDs is in the process of being phased out and likely won't matter by the time you're applying for training contracts and thinking about sitting the SQE.

Warwick even has a blog on it! https://lawblog.warwick.ac.uk/2021/0...ated-may-2021/
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