LLM and job opportunities in Germany


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Hello everyone ,
I've got a year left until finishing my second bachelor degree ( law ) in Athens (the first one was in political sciences and history) ..however i am not interested in practising law and getting the qualifications needed ,mostly because of the years that are required (2 years practise in a legal office, bar exams etc.) ..by the time i'll finish all of these i will be almost 30 years old...when i graduate in 2017 i intend to do an llm in Germany (banking and finance or economics and law) and hopefully get a job there ...so the questions are : 1) what alternatives do I have with an llm like that except becoming a lawyer? 2) can someone in germany work as a legal counsel in a bank or in the private sector generally ,without being a member of the bar ??

Ps : my grades and my German knowledge are in a good level
Hello everyone ,
I've got a year left until finishing my second bachelor degree ( law ) in Athens (the first one was in political sciences and history) ..however i am not interested in practising law and getting the qualifications needed ,mostly because of the years that are required (2 years practise in a legal office, bar exams etc.) ..by the time i'll finish all of these i will be almost 30 years old...when i graduate in 2017 i intend to do an llm in Germany (banking and finance or economics and law) and hopefully get a job there ...so the questions are : 1) what alternatives do I have with an llm like that except becoming a lawyer? 2) can someone in germany work as a legal counsel in a bank or in the private sector generally ,without being a member of the bar ??

Ps : my grades and my German knowledge are in a good level
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chicken so...
If you are not interested in practicing law, why do an LLM? Maybe consider a pre-experience masters in management program - or another relevant degree that would help you with your career goals instead.
If you are not interested in practicing law, why do an LLM? Maybe consider a pre-experience masters in management program - or another relevant degree that would help you with your career goals instead.
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