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Non-Traditional Students / Re: UK or USA for post grad law degree
« on: December 13, 2013, 09:32:32 AM »
Thanks for replying. I have viewed their website multiple times. I am a citizen and I have also taken note of the particular law schools in the USA and UK that they recognize. However, I am still curious as to how long it would take me to be able to start practicing depending on which path I take to attain my law degree and practicing license.

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Non-Traditional Students / UK or USA for post grad law degree
« on: December 12, 2013, 12:24:39 AM »
I am currently finishing up my undergraduate degree in the US and I am planning on applying for law schools. However, I have talked to several people and I was told that there is a way to get my law degree in a shorter period of time in  the UK compared to the US since I already have a bachelor's degree. Is this information correct? I heard approximately within 1.5 - 2 years, you'll be able to obtain a law degree in the UK. which would be a better option? (I also have intentions on practicing in Singapore, which I know they are also more accepting of UK degrees compared to US degrees)

Please advise, I would appreciate your inputs. :)

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Non-Traditional Students / UK or USA for post grad law degree
« on: December 12, 2013, 12:19:02 AM »
I am currently finishing up my undergraduate degree in the US and I am planning on applying for law schools. However, I have talked to several people and I was told that there is a way to get my law degree in a shorter period of time in  the UK compared to the US since I already have a bachelor's degree. Is this information correct? I heard approximately within 1.5 - 2 years, you'll be able to obtain a law degree in the UK. which would be a better option? (I also have intentions on practicing in Singapore, which I know they are also more accepting of UK degrees compared to US degrees)

Please advise, I would appreciate your inputs. :)

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