Tax law-business law-intellectual property law


Helle everybody. I graduated from law school and I want to receive a master degree and live in Europe. Which legal area among Tax law, business law, intellectual property law gives me an oppurtunity to work in Europe? I am not a EU national . Thanks in advance
Helle everybody. I graduated from law school and I want to receive a master degree and live in Europe. Which legal area among Tax law, business law, intellectual property law gives me an oppurtunity to work in Europe? I am not a EU national . Thanks in advance
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chicken so...
Have you considered a degree that's outside of the law domain? An MBA or master's in management program is typically more beneficial in terms of international mobility.

Practicing law in a new country can be complicated. Being fluent in the national language and then passing a bar exam are just the first steps: in order to practice law in some jurisdictions, you'll need to do a multi-year practicum; then finding a firm to hire you after that can be challenging.

Of course, jobs where you aren't practicing law can be found - such as working in advisory capacities in NGOs, for instance, but these can be hard to get; whether having an LLM gives you an advantage here is another question.
Have you considered a degree that's outside of the law domain? An MBA or master's in management program is typically more beneficial in terms of international mobility.

Practicing law in a new country can be complicated. Being fluent in the national language and then passing a bar exam are just the first steps: in order to practice law in some jurisdictions, you'll need to do a multi-year practicum; then finding a firm to hire you after that can be challenging.

Of course, jobs where you aren't practicing law can be found - such as working in advisory capacities in NGOs, for instance, but these can be hard to get; whether having an LLM gives you an advantage here is another question.
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