Qualifying as a Lawyer in Europe with a foreign Law Degree


Good Afternoon to all of you,
i had a question regarding the requisites to qualify as a lawyer in Europe more specifically in countries that ask for a LL.B. and a LL.M. such as The Netherlands, Czech Republic, Belgium. However information from any other EU or EEA country would be well received.
I am an EU Citizen but i hold a Mexican Law Degree (5 years), i would like to know if this degree is able to replace the LL.B. in EU countries? leaving the only obstacle to practice law in Europe, the LL.M, the bar examination and the particular working experience requisites each country has.
Good Afternoon to all of you,
i had a question regarding the requisites to qualify as a lawyer in Europe more specifically in countries that ask for a LL.B. and a LL.M. such as The Netherlands, Czech Republic, Belgium. However information from any other EU or EEA country would be well received.
I am an EU Citizen but i hold a Mexican Law Degree (5 years), i would like to know if this degree is able to replace the LL.B. in EU countries? leaving the only obstacle to practice law in Europe, the LL.M, the bar examination and the particular working experience requisites each country has.
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Good Afternoon to all of you,
i had a question regarding the requisites to qualify as a lawyer in Europe more specifically in countries that ask for a LL.B. and a LL.M. such as The Netherlands, Czech Republic, Belgium. However information from any other EU or EEA country would be well received.
I am an EU Citizen but i hold a Mexican Law Degree (5 years), i would like to know if this degree is able to replace the LL.B. in EU countries? leaving the only obstacle to practice law in Europe, the LL.M, the bar examination and the particular working experience requisites each country has.


Hi Max, the information you are requesting for is readily available online.
Go to each country's law society website and you will find all the information there.
[quote]Good Afternoon to all of you,
i had a question regarding the requisites to qualify as a lawyer in Europe more specifically in countries that ask for a LL.B. and a LL.M. such as The Netherlands, Czech Republic, Belgium. However information from any other EU or EEA country would be well received.
I am an EU Citizen but i hold a Mexican Law Degree (5 years), i would like to know if this degree is able to replace the LL.B. in EU countries? leaving the only obstacle to practice law in Europe, the LL.M, the bar examination and the particular working experience requisites each country has.[/quote]

Hi Max, the information you are requesting for is readily available online.
Go to each country's law society website and you will find all the information there.
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