Originally Posted by BillyMitchel
Completely unrelated, graphic/web design.
I ask because some degrees mean that a law degree is not needed to sit the FE1s which are the exams needed to become a solicitor.
Be aware from the start, that a pure law degree is not always the best way to go. Business & Law and other more commercial degrees have a lot of merit depending on what your ultimate goal is.
My advice is to just do it if thats what you want. It is a financial struggle, no doubt about it. Depending on your goal, age isnt much of a factor, for example if you intend on becoming a Barrister, its common to see people in their 30s training.
My advice would be to have a clear goal which will help you set off on the right path.