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    Thanks for the comments.

    There was another thing I was curious about.
    As a LLB law degree expires after 5yrs, and is therefore invalid if you cant secure a pupillage by the fifth year, I was wondering if the same time limit applies for those who wish to apply for a training contract?Taking the LPC route?
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    Hi, I just want some advice as to whether I should study the LPC part time or fulltime? College of law or BPP? I am currently in the legal field working fulltime as a client admin but not sure if I should carry on working full time and study lpc partime or leave and study full time.
 
 
 
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