Is becoming a lawyer still about 'who you know'?
Law student Jasmine Robinson discusses her experience of how the legal profession is taking steps to shake off its elitist reputation
Striving for a law career is an exciting, rollercoaster journey – and one which is all the more challenging if you come from a less privileged background, where phrases like ‘it’s not what you know, it’s who you know’ hang heavy over your hopes of ever setting foot in a law firm.
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