You know you want to...

Law jobs, courses & advice All good. All in one place.

Law jobs, courses & advice | All good. All in one place.

Shearman & Sterling

Law Conversion Course

The current trend in career progression is that one need not necessarily study a particular subject at university to enter into a career in that field. This is truest in law, where close to half of the total candidates applying for training contracts and pupillages each year are those who have not studied law for their undergraduate degree. Non-law students can become eligible for a career in law once they complete a mandatory conversion course - the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL), also known as the Common Professional Examination (CPE).

Law With a Non-Law Degree By Coventry University Careers Centre

It’s not just those with a law degree who can become a lawyer. Even if you haven’t studied law at undergraduate level, you can still pursue a career in law.  Law conversion courses are normally referred to as the Common Professional Examination...

The Conversion Course for Law Maudie Powell-Tuck, All About Law

You don’t have to have studied law at undergraduate level to enter a career in law. In fact, close to half of all candidates applying for training contracts and pupillages each year are those who have not studied law at undergraduate level.

Part-time Law Conversion Course Robert Hiscocks, GDL Programme Leader, BPP University Law School

Robert Hiscocks is the programme leader for the part-time GDL programmes offered by BPP Law School in London. Here, Robert explains how a part-time law conversion course can help you fulfil your dream of becoming a lawyer, even if you are not...

So You Want to Convert to Law? By Michael Jacobs, Associate, Herbert Smith Freehills

These days you can convert currency over the counter at your local post office if you have a spare five minutes; you can convert a roofed Mercedes SL into an open top within ten seconds of pressing a button; and you can also convert yourself from...