All degrees welcome: why non-law graduates are in demand for barristers’ jobs

If you talk to law recruiters at a fair, you’ll see that your degree subject is rarely on their list of top ten things to look for in an application and you should find that having a degree in a subject other than law does not put you at a disadvantage when applying for pupillage (the year-long training in chambers required before you can practise independently as a barrister).

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