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Dear Oracle ...
I am writing to register my frustration. I am not a young graduate, law is my second career and I did not get high A levels, although I have proved myself in the workplace. Where are the firms that are interested in people like me? The focus is always on young people with amazing academics; what if you don’t fit that mould?