I disagree. If you read the Montauk book, he has a whole chapter dedicated to this topic. I think it's great to do a law degree in the UK before doing one in Canada, and treat it like postgrad, if you haven't done any yet. You don't have to train to be a lawyer, the LLB is just the first stage. And since it's an undergrad degree and you already have one, you can usually complete it in two, rather than three, years. And the admissions person at Penn was quoted as saying his 'heart would sing if someone applied to Penn with a BA in law from Oxford'.Anyway, for what it's worth, that's what I have decided to do. A second BA at Oxford in law. Then I'll apply to law school in the states. I believe it will help mitigate my less than brilliant (to say the least) LSAT score.
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