It is a very valid point that demand vastly outstrips supply in terms of training contracts and pupillages. Also, the Legal Services Act that was passed in 2007 has really changed the way the legal profession works. It is my opinion (and it is only an opinion) that the concept of 'barristers' and 'solicitors' will be entirely replaced by 'legal executives' in the not too distant future. They are indeed sniffed at by the Old School, but Old School lawyers are likely feeling threatened by the fact that their professional status is rather becoming obsolete. Personally, I am seriously debating just holding fire when I have completed the GDL and seeing what effect this Act actually has on the profession before I spend the thick end of £10,000 on a qualification (LPC/BVC) that may well be obsolete in 5 years time. xxx
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