Experiences with studying Chinese Law?


arnchn

Hi,

I'm looking to apply for the Chinese Law course for 2021/22; however there isn't a lot of information available online and I was just wondering if anyone could share some of their experiences with the course? How is it overall? How is the teaching and the learning environment etc? And what kind of careers are open to you after an LLM in Chinese Law?

Also, I'm currently finishing my undergrad, but don't have an LLB. However, I'm a joint degree student from the UK with half of my degree in Law. Although it isn't an LLB, I do have quite a lot of experience in Law. Just wondering if it is likely to have my application accepted given I don't have an LLB?

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Hi,

I'm looking to apply for the Chinese Law course for 2021/22; however there isn't a lot of information available online and I was just wondering if anyone could share some of their experiences with the course? How is it overall? How is the teaching and the learning environment etc? And what kind of careers are open to you after an LLM in Chinese Law?

Also, I'm currently finishing my undergrad, but don't have an LLB. However, I'm a joint degree student from the UK with half of my degree in Law. Although it isn't an LLB, I do have quite a lot of experience in Law. Just wondering if it is likely to have my application accepted given I don't have an LLB?

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chicken so...

Wait, you're just finishing up your undergrad but already have quite a lot of experience in law? Your situation sounds rather unique.

Most LLMs will require you to have a degree in law. They might consider post-undergrad work experience, but I'm honestly not certain about experience accrued before actually finishing studies. 

My sense is that these requirements are rather strict, but why not email the school to ask?

Wait, you're just finishing up your undergrad but already have quite a lot of experience in law? Your situation sounds rather unique.<br><br>Most LLMs will require you to have a degree in law. They might consider post-undergrad work experience, but I'm honestly not certain about experience accrued before actually finishing studies.&nbsp;<br><br>My sense is that these requirements are rather strict, but why not email the school to ask?
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