I think there are some pretty good DL schools in Great Britain, where you could get the equivalent common law degree.
I might be mistaken, but I think there is even a way that you could become a Solicitor in the UK by DL--though I don't think a Barrister.
(They have a two-tiered sort of "caste system.")
I think there is a pretty good common law DL school even in the Netherlands.
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