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The SQE isn't a bad idea, but what is needed is wholesale root and branch reform. I suggest the following:
- abolish the requirement for a (now rather expensive) degree
- five years paid work experience from 16, or three years for graduates
- Study leave along the way, for exams in law in two parts, Part 2s being the final part and incorporating (or being) the SQE or a version thereof.

That's more likely to improve diversity (which appears to be one aim at least) than adding another £4,500 to the already expensive process.

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