Searching new opportunities: one student's guide to setting up your own business

I studied the GDL and LPC at the College of Law in Guildford from 2008-2010. I enjoyed my time immensely and participated in a broad range of activities. But when I reached the end of my time there, in common with many of my friends and peers, I found myself without a training contract to go into.

I studied the GDL and LPC at the College of Law in Guildford from 2008-2010. I enjoyed my time immensely and participated in a broad range of activities. But when I reached the end of my time there, in common with many of my friends and peers, I found myself without a training contract to go into.

I looked to get some paralegal experience, but found the recruiters that I spoke to seemed more concerned with putting me into any role, as opposed to a position that could help build up my legal experience in an area of law that I would ultimately wish to practise in.

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