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hey,
i am indian doing llb here as well but i want to work abroad. what is my best option? which country and how?
i want to work in usa or canada. any other will do but how?
hey,
i am indian doing llb here as well but i want to work abroad. what is my best option? which country and how?
i want to work in usa or canada. any other will do but how?
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chicken so...
LLM programs aren't really designed for international mobility. Maybe look into a Master in Management program, instead?
LLM programs aren't really designed for international mobility. Maybe look into a Master in Management program, instead?
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Master of management programs are really an easy way out. You might wanna check that out.

However should you want to work as a lawyer and not as a manager, you might want to gain solid post qualification work experience and then take the bar / qualifying exams of let's say Singapore, Hong Kong or even England.

Hope this helps!!

[Edited by Shagorika Babra on Aug 11, 2018]

Master of management programs are really an easy way out. You might wanna check that out.

However should you want to work as a lawyer and not as a manager, you might want to gain solid post qualification work experience and then take the bar / qualifying exams of let's say Singapore, Hong Kong or even England.

Hope this helps!!
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chicken so...
Yes but to become a practicing lawyer in those jurisdictions is not usually as simple as passing the bar exam. For instance, in the UK, you'd need to do a Legal Practice Course plus do training. It's similar in Hong Kong.

An option would be to look for legal job that aren't actual practicing law jobs. Paralegal, legal consultant, or legal researcher for example.

Another option would be to get a job in a Big Law firm in India and then work your way up the ladder and request a transfer.
Yes but to become a practicing lawyer in those jurisdictions is not usually as simple as passing the bar exam. For instance, in the UK, you'd need to do a Legal Practice Course plus do training. It's similar in Hong Kong.

An option would be to look for legal job that aren't actual practicing law jobs. Paralegal, legal consultant, or legal researcher for example.

Another option would be to get a job in a Big Law firm in India and then work your way up the ladder and request a transfer.
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