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Women in Law. Knowing When to Leap

March 4, 2019

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Women in the city

“knowing when to leap – life is precious, if things aren’t working say no to complacency and scare yourself with new opportunities”

Rosie Burbidge is a Partner at Gunnercooke LLP, London UK

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Apprenticeship: The New Route To Becoming A Lawyer? – by David Howarth

January 25, 2013

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Photo: edbrambley, Creative Commons 2.0

Photo: edbrambley, Creative Commons 2.0

What is the value of a law degree to the legal profession? The question arises again in the wake of an  announcement by UK Skills Minister Matthew Hancock that he is encouraging the development of a non-graduate ‘apprenticeship’ route to qualification as a lawyer. Law teachers might complain that no one is suggesting that medicine should become open to non-graduate apprentices. Why should law be treated differently?

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