Germany Bar Exams(needed or not)


Hello!
I would appreciate some help because i am way too confused!
I am from greece passed bar exams and want to apply to a llm program in bucerius Law school.However afterwards i have to work for 3 years so i obtain qualification as a european laywer.
Is it enough to work in banks international law firm s and in intellectual property positions? Or i have to be german laywer
Thanks in advance

Hello!
I would appreciate some help because i am way too confused!
I am from greece passed bar exams and want to apply to a llm program in bucerius Law school.However afterwards i have to work for 3 years so i obtain qualification as a european laywer.
Is it enough to work in banks international law firm s and in intellectual property positions? Or i have to be german laywer
Thanks in advance
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Please does anyone know the answer please
I would appreciate some help because i am way too confused!
I am from greece passed bar exams and want to apply to a llm program in bucerius Law school.However afterwards i have to work for 3 years so i obtain qualification as a european laywer.
Is it enough to work in banks international law firm s and in intellectual property positions? Or i have to be german laywer
Thanks in advance

[quote]Please does anyone know the answer please
I would appreciate some help because i am way too confused!
I am from greece passed bar exams and want to apply to a llm program in bucerius Law school.However afterwards i have to work for 3 years so i obtain qualification as a european laywer.
Is it enough to work in banks international law firm s and in intellectual property positions? Or i have to be german laywer
Thanks in advance[/quote]
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Duncan

Read this. http://communities.lawsociety.org.uk/international/regions/europe/germany/how-to-practise-in-germany/5043361.fullarticle

Read this. http://communities.lawsociety.org.uk/international/regions/europe/germany/how-to-practise-in-germany/5043361.fullarticle
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