I have put a special request to the head of admissions to permit me to enrol on the course. I was a police officer of 5 years and have extensive experience in the legal system from drafting legal documents to giving evidence and presenting cases at court.
I do not have a degree but believe my background and experience should be a strong mitigating factor in permitting me access to this course. The university have told me that as i am not a graduate they won't permit me to enrol. I need someone who can negotiate on my behalf with the university to see if they might be willing to make exception for me and let me on the course. I need to do this before tomorrow afternoon!
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I'd save your money on here.
As you know the 2 year accelerated course is a graduate programme.
I dont think any leading Russel Group university would allow a non-graduate to enrol on an intensive graduate course without an undergraduate degree.
I'd seriously consider talking with your university about transferring onto another course.
What year are you? Is there a sceince/medical related degree you could transfer on?
If so, then the GDL would be your best bet. If you want to be a lawyer, dont think a non-law undergrad will hold you back, in many firms/chambers it could be a distinct advantage.
Tom G.28 Sep 2018
Thank you very much for your reply and your helpful advice. Would you be willing to help me speak with the university?
This is the statement of purpose that i can really help you