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    Hi*
    I'm wondering if anyone can advise as I know there is a lot of solicitors on here.*
    I have applied to study a law llb degree,ive no qualifications that are required to get into university, so I've only applied to 1 University that takes a lot of adults and don't need the qualifications like most.*

    Anyway I think I won't get in as my personal statement i sent with ucas is not good, compared to others.*
    I wanted to complete law llb then do lpc for one year and qualify as a solicitor.*

    Can anyone please tell me what is another path to become a solicitor, there must be firms that take people on or jobs that can lead to it. I have been working in finance control for the last 8 years but that is nothing to a university.*
    Thanks.*
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  • #2
    So far as I'm aware it's graduate only entry, but I may be wrong.* Why not check the Law Society website?

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    • #3
      Have you thought about an ILEX qualification which is the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives alternative way of progressing your legal career?

      https://www.cilex.org.uk/
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      • #4
        Have you thought about an ILEX qualification which is the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives alternative way of progressing your legal career?

        https://www.cilex.org.uk/
        I can recommend the CILEX route.

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        • #5
          Oh look someone else with nothing better to do.

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          • #6
            Have you explored Open University ? Most of their undergrad degrees require no formal qualifications.

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            • #7
              really? how is it possible?

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              • #8
                Courses are ranked as foundation level 1 level 2 or level 3 you can start on the degree path through a foundation course. Each module successfully completed gives you a number of points. You need points to get a degree. I don't remember the number but 240 points springs to mind.

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