Thursday, 21 March 2013

Non-Graduate Routes into Law

One of my campaigns up in Parliament is promoting non-graduate routes into the professions. Law is a good example. Strengthening non-graduate routes would promote competition for the provision of high street legal services - such as conveyancing and probate - which would help cut the exorbitant price of such services for the consumer. But, it would also promote social mobility, giving youngsters from tougher backgrounds a better chance to realise their dream of entering a profession that is perceived to be the preserve of the better off.

I wrote a piece this month for Prospect magazine on the issue. You can access it here.


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