Drawn away from the Bar
Most lawyers, at some point in their careers, fantasise about leaving law and doing something else with their lives. Which is odd, given how much hard work goes into becoming a lawyer in the first place. You spend years studying and training to get in, only to find yourself wondering what it would be like to get out.
As a pupil barrister, Alex Williams was enticed away from his law career by a Hollywood dream. He offers advice to others looking to step away from the profession
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