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11 February 2011

Students Set Their Sights On Becoming Solicitors

Junior Vice President highlights the good work of solicitors to Secondary School children from across Northern Ireland on their recent visit to Law Society House.

Mrs McMillan giving her presentation to Secondary School children.

The importance of the solicitor in the local community and the route to becoming a solicitor one were just some of the areas discussed in a presentation given by the Junior Vice President, Mrs Imelda McMillan to secondary school students on 7th February 2011.

The students from schools across Northern Ireland were provided with an interactive and informative presentation by the Junior Vice President on the solicitor profession during their visit to Law Society House.

Speaking after the presentation, Mrs McMillan said:

I am delighted that I was able to offer the students an insight into the solicitor profession and the processes involved in becoming a solicitor in Northern Ireland. The solicitor profession is an invaluable asset to the community in Northern Ireland and I was heartened that so many of the students expressed an interest in becoming a solicitor in the future.



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