The big law firms use the lure of large trainee salaries to pull in talent, but the Bar has worked hard to ensure it is still an attractive career. However, writes David Bean QC, the Government needs to play its part in wooing students from the broadest cross-section of society
The beginning of the new academic year is the ideal opportunity to reflect on how we build our profession for the future. The new law undergraduates, and those other students who will do vocational training, may already be considering what professional course lies ahead for them.
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