Amid falling training contract and pupillage numbers, these are bleak times for law graduates. Still, there remains a sense that they are at least entitled to hope that they can, someday, become lawyers. But an ad that we spotted last week in The Guardian – for a law graduate “who enjoys PA/Admin work” to do a PA role that is “not a step into legal work” – suggests that it may be time to lower expectations even further.
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