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It has been more than a month since I was called to the Bar, wigged and robed. For a day it felt as if I'd made it, after all those years of hard work. The feeling didn't last long, though. I am one of many unfortunate Bar Vocational Course (BVC) graduates without a pupillage.I started applying for pupillages at the end of my Bachelor of Laws. I suppose I was quite naive at that point. I thought that my 2:1 degree, a major Inns of Court scholarship, a couple of modern languages and 11 mini-pupillages would at least get me some interviews. They didn't.
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