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    Quote Originally Posted by littleriv View Post
    As a lawyer myself, I would have to say suit and tie/ or, a collared shirt, tie, jacket and dress pants- a jacket is a must- whether it is a corporate/ criminal law or any other sort of firm- that is what all males wear at all time, in my experience. Also, if he is dressed like that, he can run off to court if need be and will always be dressed appropriately for anything that could arise. I agree, borrow if you can. Good luck, I hope he likes it, it is a fabulous career to get into!
    Thanks for that, I actually hadn't thought of a jacket.

    He's pretty keen, I hope it meets his expectations

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    My DD did her work experience here in the law courts, she was told neat casual dress standards for girls, long dress pants and a collared shirt for boys with black leather shoes.

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    i'm a teacher in hospitality and do a lot of work experience.
    we do traditional black and whites and although your son is going to a law firm, a good pair of black pants and a white shirt come in handy, especially if he wants to start looking for part time work.

    make sure his hair is neat and most importantly - leave the mobile phone at home!!!! i hate it when my students have their phones (all the time....)

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