Go your own way
The cost of qualifying is just one of the reasons why part-time studying is increasingly popular, writes John Herrmann
Studying part-time while holding down a full-time job is becoming an increasingly popular method of qualifying as a lawyer. Part-time study has two significant advantages over full-time study. Firstly, it enables future lawyers to finance their studies without amassing the large debts that full-time students can build up. Secondly, it provides the financial security of existing employment while seeking a position as a trainee solicitor or pupil barrister.
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