LL.M from an MBA?


Hi everyone,

I am currently the last semester of my MBA, and have an Honours Bachelor Degree in Sports Management. Both degrees had law components, though not extensive. I was wondering if it were possible to attain a Master of Law Degree with my previous experience? I am very interested in transitioning into law, however starting from a Bachelor degree and having to dedicate many years towards this does not seem applicable.

Is there any possible way to gain entry into a one year Master of Law program through my previous MBA degree?

Thank you very much !
Hi everyone,

I am currently the last semester of my MBA, and have an Honours Bachelor Degree in Sports Management. Both degrees had law components, though not extensive. I was wondering if it were possible to attain a Master of Law Degree with my previous experience? I am very interested in transitioning into law, however starting from a Bachelor degree and having to dedicate many years towards this does not seem applicable.

Is there any possible way to gain entry into a one year Master of Law program through my previous MBA degree?

Thank you very much !
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chicken so...
Usually, you'll need an undergraduate degree in law - or at least some experience practicing law - if you want to go for an LLM.

Check out this article:

https://llm-guide.com/articles/pursuing-an-llm-without-a-background-in-law
Usually, you'll need an undergraduate degree in law - or at least some experience practicing law - if you want to go for an LLM.

Check out this article:

https://llm-guide.com/articles/pursuing-an-llm-without-a-background-in-law
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