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Legal Aid vs private practice: do university fees dictate job choices?

In The Conversation (7.7.15) Richard Holden and Rosalind Dixon discuss the effect of university fees on student choices.

‘There has been much comment about fee deregulation and the trade-offs involved in having a properly funded university sector and the important issue of equal access. A key part of this discussion concerned the question of how price sensitive university students are. That is, how much of a fee hike will deter students from going to university? And how does this differ by socioeconomic background?’

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