Apprenticeships: entry leveller

Solicitors pessimistic about the future of the profession could do worse than call by the Law Society on one of the 28 days in the year when there is an admissions ceremony. The pride and smiles are genuine as newly minted solicitors take it in turns to pose by some identifiable symbol of the profession – flanked by the golden lions at the main entrance on Chancery Lane, or part way up the stairs to the library. Few opt to stand in front of the portrait of David Lloyd George, but it does happen.

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