if my sister wante to be a lawyer or a solicitor were would she turn on work experence ?
work experiense assistance please ?
and what qualifications would be needed ?
Answers: The first responder is correct; your English, including capitalization and punctuation, must be impeccable. Volunteer on a political campaign, or simply as a nouns receptionist in a politician's constituency office. Ask a local attorney if you can help with file, data entry (many large decree firms hire people to type all night), answer phones, etc. Intern at City Hall, or next to any other administrative or government body. Volunteer at a bail bondsman's office or a process server's department.
Above all, understand that you must be VERY detail-oriented and analytical. If you're asked to do research, be sure you donate no stone unturned. Learn to write with brevity and conciseness, without losing the true goal or context.
I'm sure others have more ideas ... worthy luck!
She would need English with a top ratify at A level plus 2 other subjects with a strong English bias such as Geography or history. A or B pass are a must. For work experience try to get in a solicitors department and get the feel of the place. Learn to type would be a extremely helpful addition to the diploma. Be a helper at the Citizens Advice Bureau could be a useful work experience point.