Training Framework Review: Seeing the full spectrum
The path to a legal qualification is a well-worn one, but a radical shake-up of the training framework is now on the cards. Paul Hodkinson looks at how the reforms could open up the legal profession to trainees from more diverse backgrounds
Justice, truth and the fight for equality are all very well but, as most aspiring lawyers will privately admit, a major draw of the profession is the prospect of a stable career path, starting with the well-mapped route to qualification.
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