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What GCSE's do you need to be a lawyer?
March 28, 2014 7:23PM
You also need A-Levels and English, a foreign language (preferrably French), History, and Math.
It depends on which type of lawyer you aspire to be. There are many various types like domestic, criminal, bankrupcy, real estate, personal injury - all these and more. One subject that is a good GCSE choice is History and preferably English. Maths is a good option as well. Business falls under many law degrees and is a VERY helpful subject from which to choose.