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i want to /would like to become a criminal defence lawyer but where do i start?
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There's another forum section called "legal careers and training" that tends to have more frequent repliers there: https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=263

Put your question as the title too.
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Different routes and options than just a blanket title of 'criminal defence lawyer'. But essentially the basic structure would be:

1. Degree.
2. Law School for SQE or BPC (most likely BPC if your image of a defence lawyer is in court arguing).
3. Pupillage at a Criminal set.
4. Qualification to a Barrister + initial poverty.
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(Original post by mah1000000)
Different routes and options than just a blanket title of 'criminal defence lawyer'. But essentially the basic structure would be:

1. Degree.
2. Law School for SQE or BPC (most likely BPC if your image of a defence lawyer is in court arguing).
3. Pupillage at a Criminal set.
4. Qualification to a Barrister + initial poverty.
Appreciate the honesty here mate
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Appreciate the honesty here mate
Only fair that people are aware they may be arguing against driving charges for years at £10k annually. :nope:
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Only fair that people are aware they may be arguing against driving charges for years at £10k annually. :nope:
True, true hahaha :vroam:
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Start by reading this - https://www.prospects.ac.uk/jobs-and...ors/law-sector
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