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GCSE

Your GCSEs (or equivalent) form an important part of your academic track record. To become a Commercial Lawyer, you need to have demonstrated strong academic performance throughout your studies, which is why recruiters will look at your GCSE results.

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A Level

Unsure?

Pursuing a career in commercial law doesn’t mean you need to study law at university. If you choose not to, you’ll need to convert your degree by completing the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL). After a full-time academic year of studying, you’ll have an equivalent to a law degree.

When picking a university course, we encourage you to study something that you enjoy and will aid you with relevant transferable skills: at the end of the day, it will be your performance throughout the course that counts.

Where next?

If you like what you've heard so far, start your career journey now and apply.

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