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  • Can you get funding for a law conversion?Helena Kudiabor

    Qualifying to become a lawyer if you didn’t study law as an undergraduate can be a very expensive process, given you have to pay for the cost of your undergraduate degree, the cost of the GDL and the cost of the LPC (Legal Practice Course). Each of these courses cost around £9, 000 + a year, not including maintenance expenses. However, many law firms recognise this expense and as a result are willing to cover the cost.

  • Law with a non-law degreeCoventry University Careers Centre

  • Part-time Law Conversion CourseRobert Hiscocks, GDL Programme Leader, BPP University Law School

  • So you want to convert to law?Paul Harris

  • The Conversion Course for LawMaudie Powell-Tuck

  • What law firms expect from non-law studentsJack J Collins

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