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    I'm starting a Law degree in September and i'm looking for legal work experience. Someone suggested applying to become a citizens advice advisor. Was just wondering are there are students who do this job during the university holidays and what is it like?

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    Not sure it's a suitable position if you're only looking for work in the holidays - I applied and they said you have to commit minimum 6 months for training. xx
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    (Original post by FleaBag203)
    Hello

    I'm starting a Law degree in September and i'm looking for legal work experience. Someone suggested applying to become a citizens advice advisor. Was just wondering are there are students who do this job during the university holidays and what is it like?

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    Thanks.
    An advisor is someone who already has the degree, you can't just apply to be one without any previous experience.

    You can volunteer with them though, but i don't think they'd let you do it through the holidays only. Its generally a six month minimum placement for the advisors because of the training you'l need to undertake.
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    Ahh ok thanks for the advice. Will look at experience within a legal firm.
 
 
 

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