Getting Into Law
Getting Into Law

Getting Into Law

Emily Lucas
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ISBN: 9781912943586

What’s the difference between a solicitor and barrister? What law course should you choose? Where do you find a training contract?

If you’re thinking of studying a law degree, the new and updated edition of Getting into Law provides you with all the information that you need to get onto the course of your choice and start a successful law career. From application and interview to funding and your future career, this comprehensive guide takes you through every stage of applying for a law degree.

Written with contributions from admission tutors from the UK’s leading law schools and top solicitors and barristers, as well as insights from current students.

Founded in 1973, MPW, a group of independent sixth-form colleges, has one of the highest number of university placements each year of any independent school in the UK and has developed considerable expertise in the field of applications strategy. They author the Getting Into Guides which explain the application procedures for many popular university subjects.

"Overall, I would say this is an excellent resource to add to your careers library. A book that is written in a language that students and adults alike can understand and can work through to get a better grasp of this sector. I now feel far more confident to talk with clients on the pathways into Law and will definitely be using this book to share with those I support."

Lea Hampton (Member CDI and IEP)
Employment & Skills Manager, Eastleigh Borough Council
Career Matters, CDI Magazine 



Published: 15 March 2022
Edition: 14th
Length: 168 pages
Dimensions: 23.4 x 15.6 cm
Weight: 242g

About the author

Emily Lucas - Emily Lucas holds the position of University Support Officer at MPW's Birmingham college. She helps students with their applications as well as supporting them with preparation for university entrance examinations.
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