Hi, Posting this here as I would appreciate insight from those who know more about how law firms recruit than I do. I'm a graduate who's interested in a law conversion, and I've just got off the phone from some of the University of Law's salespeople who have told me that law firms have no preference for either the MA Law (qualifies you to study the LPC or the BPC after) or the more traditional GDL. Is this the case? If so, why does anyone bother with the GDL? This would be good news to me, as I can apply for a student loan for the MA Law without exhausting my savings. I have the option to study whilst living at home, so other living costs are not a big worry for me. I'm posting here to confirm this, as the Uni of Law and other providers might have reason to hype up the MA Law course (higher fees).