I'm considering changing from my teachers career and studying law. Most likely business law I think, it's that or business management as these are areas I've always had an interest in and been drawn to.
Just wondering if anyone is studying a law degree via off campus mode and with children? Im aiming for full time load so 6 year degree. I just don't want to start something that I going to be near impossible with children and life.
Any information would be great!
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Anyone studying Law via distance?
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