Qualifying LLM + international law (or similar)


Good afternoon to all of you, i have an inquiry, i am looking for an LLM that will qualify me as a lawyer in any european country and while doing that also giving me an international law masters, i have a law degree that doesn't qualify me (grado en Derecho) (Spain), so far i know of a few masters in IE University that are masters that grant a degree to the law profession (acceso a la abogacia) + some other specialty like international law or tax law, i would like to ask if any of you know of some other options in other EU countries that could qualify me and give me a masters. In case it's to be considered i speak English, Italian and spanish fluently as well as conversational french.
Thank you all.
Good afternoon to all of you, i have an inquiry, i am looking for an LLM that will qualify me as a lawyer in any european country and while doing that also giving me an international law masters, i have a law degree that doesn't qualify me (grado en Derecho) (Spain), so far i know of a few masters in IE University that are masters that grant a degree to the law profession (acceso a la abogacia) + some other specialty like international law or tax law, i would like to ask if any of you know of some other options in other EU countries that could qualify me and give me a masters. In case it's to be considered i speak English, Italian and spanish fluently as well as conversational french.
Thank you all.
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No LLM program will allow you to qualify you to be a lawyer. For the country where you want to qualify, you'd need to go through a specific profess, which generally includes doing a degree in law, a test or bar exam, and a specific number of training years.

There's some overview on the process for the UK here:

https://llm-guide.com/articles/as-uk-law-firms-enjoy-the-boom-times-how-can-you-become-a-lawyer-in-the-uk

... other countries will have similar - but varying approaches to this process.
No LLM program will allow you to qualify you to be a lawyer. For the country where you want to qualify, you'd need to go through a specific profess, which generally includes doing a degree in law, a test or bar exam, and a specific number of training years.

There's some overview on the process for the UK here:

https://llm-guide.com/articles/as-uk-law-firms-enjoy-the-boom-times-how-can-you-become-a-lawyer-in-the-uk

... other countries will have similar - but varying approaches to this process.
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