I'm currently an undergraduate student in the UK getting my degree in Economics and Philosophy, however, I've recently become interested in potentially practising law in my home country (Germany).
What steps would I need to take to get there? I understand most Germans go straight into law school after secondary school and then take up further degrees (first and second law degrees) from there. Is it possible to graduate here in the UK, then move into an LLM in Germany? Or would I have to restart as an undergraduate in Germany if I wished to practise there?
Basically, does my degree in the UK count for anything or would it be a total reset once I returned if I wished to practise? Would I have to go through the 7 (or more) year process or is there any alternative routes for someone already possessing an undergraduate degree?
[Edited by aengel on Jul 20, 2020]