Staff at the College of Law's outpost in Chester are to be beautified ("taken on a journey of discovery") by House of Colour, which will be providing them with image consultations and make up lessons.

The staff are to be given the Gok Wan treatment, which is all very charitable of the legal world's favourite charity. Well, when you've paid £10,000 for your LPC, the very least you can expect is a fragrant tutor, right?

    Staff at the CoL Chester. How they may soon look.

Although jobless and debt-ridden students may not consider colour analysis and make-up tips a valuable use of their fees, it turns out it's all for their benefit. A spokeswoman for the CoL told RollOnFriday that "We can confirm that our Chester centre is offering an optional series of 'dressing for success' workshops for staff...We all know that first impressions count, and the aim of the House of Colour sessions is not only to empower staff to enhance their own professional image and therefore that of the College, but also to allow them to share advice on 'dressing for success' with our students as they go forward to seek work opportunities."

So that's all fine then.

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