Choosing A-levels for law

It turns out the most important aspects in deciding which A Levels to choose for a career in law is not just grades, but choosing subjects that most interest you.

This is especially interesting as future legal career posts can often be specific. Studying chemistry at A Level, for example, can be very useful if you work within Intellectual Property in, say, the pharmaceutical industry.

Showing exceptional academic talent and explicit reasoning on why particular subjects of interest were chosen is key to success in university admissions.

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