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https://trade-britanica.trade/wiki/Simple_Criminal_Barrister_Selection_Tips is four years long that enables both law and non-law students to graduate as well. It is also typically called the 'law conversion course'. Some with the largest providers of law conversion classes are City University London, Kaplan Law School along with the University of East London.

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https://hikvisiondb.webcam/wiki/What_Does_an_Employment_Barrister_Do recommends 45 hours of lectures, tutorials, private study and research each week for the CPE/GDL course. Many graduates of arts courses whose timetable might have previously been considerably less active are shocked in the intensity of the timetable. While not supplying the full range of subjects of a law degree, the CPE/GDL is an intensive one-year foundation course which provides the skills and methodologies to choose things up down the road. A 2.2 degree certificate is often the minimum needed to gain admittance to a CPE/GDL but graduates should research the implications of lower grades in the competitive economy.

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