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Barrister-at-Law vs PHD?

  • 23-12-2022 11:27pm
    Registered Users Posts: 2 SirLaurencelot

    Hi Guys,

    Apologies if I should not have started a new thread, I am adept at reading through however I am a posting novice!

    I have both an LL.B and LL.M in Law and the BL degree has always been next on the "to do". Since graduating from my LL.M I find that I am now debating whether the PHD route might be the way to go...(clearly a gluten for punishment).

    Whilst I appreciate that such individual decisions are completely subjective, I am just wondering if there is anyone else here who has also juggled this particular choice and what particular factors and considerations influenced your decision?

    It would also be really great to hear from any recent BL graduates or those undertaking the (part-time) BL degree course at the Inns at the moment re manageability/ juggling the modular course with working full-time, family commitments, etc!

    Thank you in advance!