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Hi I'm Sina Kamali from Iran. I received my undergraduate degree in my country in Asia. I am not a lawyer in my country. Now I want to study for a masters degree in a European country. But in which European country can I get a lawyer after I graduate, given that I have my undergraduate degree in my country?
Thanks
Hi I'm Sina Kamali from Iran. I received my undergraduate degree in my country in Asia. I am not a lawyer in my country. Now I want to study for a masters degree in a European country. But in which European country can I get a lawyer after I graduate, given that I have my undergraduate degree in my country?
Thanks
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In England and Scotland you can convert to practice, but you will have to do a few years of work and then get a highly competitive apprenticeship. The process can take several years. You could get a one year LLM in the US and sit for a bar exam in a state like California, but this exam is extremely difficult. Generally, various US states have the most simplified and straightforward path to the profession, but the examinations are hard.
In England and Scotland you can convert to practice, but you will have to do a few years of work and then get a highly competitive apprenticeship. The process can take several years. You could get a one year LLM in the US and sit for a bar exam in a state like California, but this exam is extremely difficult. Generally, various US states have the most simplified and straightforward path to the profession, but the examinations are hard.
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Thank you for your accountability.
Costs are high in the UK or even in the US and Canada and even the right scholarships are hard to find. Since I need a Masters Degree in the destination country for bar exam and I have to pay attention to other countries since the Masters in the countries you mentioned are financially difficult.
Do you know any other countries in Europe that suit my situation, such as Scandinavia or Eastern and Central Europe or even South?
Thank you for your accountability.
Costs are high in the UK or even in the US and Canada and even the right scholarships are hard to find. Since I need a Masters Degree in the destination country for bar exam and I have to pay attention to other countries since the Masters in the countries you mentioned are financially difficult.
Do you know any other countries in Europe that suit my situation, such as Scandinavia or Eastern and Central Europe or even South?
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I am unfamiliar with jurisdictions other than the US and the UK, since that is where I have qualified. The Anglo-American system of law is radically different from continental Europe. As a result, I have very little idea what they do there. I understand that the process to be admitted in Germany and France takes 5 years of university. I would guess that Scandinavia is similar?
I am unfamiliar with jurisdictions other than the US and the UK, since that is where I have qualified. The Anglo-American system of law is radically different from continental Europe. As a result, I have very little idea what they do there. I understand that the process to be admitted in Germany and France takes 5 years of university. I would guess that Scandinavia is similar?
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