This post may slightly be tailored towards my Legally Brunette series, however, it’s some thoughts of mine, that some of you may relate to. Therefore, because of this, I decided to categorise it as a think piece.
If you look anywhere online on how to become a successful solicitor (or), barrister, you’ll find plenty of information on the academic element. It is the same information told every time; complete a law degree (LLB) or a conversion course (GDL) with the top grades because if you haven’t been pre-warned already, you’re competing with law graduates all over the country. They’ll have worked hard and left with exceptional honours and most often than not, they will be coming from the almighty Russell Group universities.