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Old 01-23-2012, 02:00 PM   #21
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Hi all.

I just wish to enquire if anyone in the profession knows of lawyers who started out at around 28-29 years old or later. What are the chances of catching up with the people who started earlier?( around 24 years old for girls and 26 years old for guys)

Just wondering because now I am considering taking law as a postgraduate degree and I am wondering if it is worth the oppourtunity cost of 3-5 years( including time to be called to the bar).

I am not sure if doing law is worth it if my career progression rate will be similar as fresh grads (who did law as their first degree) as these people would have enjoyed a head start. For example, first degree law students at 28-29 would typically be at least senior associates while I would only be starting at the bottom of the legal profession ladder at that age.
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Old 05-18-2016, 11:54 AM   #22
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Question Diploma in Singapore Laws

HI,
I have completed my LLb and Masters in Law from India . Currently I am staying in singapore on Dependent pass. Is it good idea to do diploma in Singapore laws from Stansfield college. I am so much confuse whether this diploma will be helpful for me for future perspective in Singapore or not. Or i should do diploma in any other field for better future.

please suggest.
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Old 06-05-2017, 07:50 PM   #23
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Although in a minority, the legal profession boasts many examples of lawyers who changed careers at a later date, having started out in a different vocation. Meanwhile, some law firms are increasingly welcoming applications from mature candidates. If you’re thinking about making a career change into law, read on for some information and advice on Advacto Legal Solutions.
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