Legal Practice Course(LPC) or QLTS


farazabbas

I will be pursing my LL.M from the UK this year.
I wish to gain some work ex of 2-3 years after my LL.M.
I am registered as an advocate in India.

Shoudl i go for LPC or QLTS?

I will be pursing my LL.M from the UK this year.
I wish to gain some work ex of 2-3 years after my LL.M.
I am registered as an advocate in India.

Shoudl i go for LPC or QLTS?
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Mombastic

I will be pursing my LL.M from the UK this year.
I wish to gain some work ex of 2-3 years after my LL.M.
I am registered as an advocate in India.

Shoudl i go for LPC or QLTS?


I think you need the GDL first because your degree from India isn't a qualifying law degree in England & Wales. The LLM doesn't substitute your degree. As far as I know after you pursue the GDL (if you intend to work in England) you're able to embark on the LPC.

[Edited by Mombastic on Jan 19, 2018]

[quote]I will be pursing my LL.M from the UK this year.
I wish to gain some work ex of 2-3 years after my LL.M.
I am registered as an advocate in India.

Shoudl i go for LPC or QLTS?[/quote]

I think you need the GDL first because your degree from India isn't a qualifying law degree in England & Wales. The LLM doesn't substitute your degree. As far as I know after you pursue the GDL (if you intend to work in England) you're able to embark on the LPC.
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farazabbas

"As we mentioned above, the QLTS is designed for professionals who are already practising law, not those who have only studied law abroad and want to come and work in the UK."

I am a 2017 graduate and will complete a year as a practising advocate.
Do i still not qualify for QLTS?

"As we mentioned above, the QLTS is designed for professionals who are already practising law, not those who have only studied law abroad and want to come and work in the UK."

I am a 2017 graduate and will complete a year as a practising advocate.
Do i still not qualify for QLTS?
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LegalLife

"As we mentioned above, the QLTS is designed for professionals who are already practising law, not those who have only studied law abroad and want to come and work in the UK."

I am a 2017 graduate and will complete a year as a practising advocate.
Do i still not qualify for QLTS?


You absolutely qualify for the QLTS.

[quote]"As we mentioned above, the QLTS is designed for professionals who are already practising law, not those who have only studied law abroad and want to come and work in the UK."

I am a 2017 graduate and will complete a year as a practising advocate.
Do i still not qualify for QLTS?
[/quote]

You absolutely qualify for the QLTS.
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farazabbas

"As we mentioned above, the QLTS is designed for professionals who are already practising law, not those who have only studied law abroad and want to come and work in the UK."

I am a 2017 graduate and will complete a year as a practising advocate.
Do i still not qualify for QLTS?


You absolutely qualify for the QLTS.



Thank you for the reply.
I will start my LL.M this oct from UK.
Should i take the MCT in July or should i complete my LL.M first?

[quote][quote]"As we mentioned above, the QLTS is designed for professionals who are already practising law, not those who have only studied law abroad and want to come and work in the UK."

I am a 2017 graduate and will complete a year as a practising advocate.
Do i still not qualify for QLTS?
[/quote]

You absolutely qualify for the QLTS.[/quote]


Thank you for the reply.
I will start my LL.M this oct from UK.
Should i take the MCT in July or should i complete my LL.M first?
quote
farazabbas

"As we mentioned above, the QLTS is designed for professionals who are already practising law, not those who have only studied law abroad and want to come and work in the UK."

I am a 2017 graduate and will complete a year as a practising advocate.
Do i still not qualify for QLTS?


You absolutely qualify for the QLTS.



Thank you for the reply.
I will start my LL.M this oct from UK.
Should i take the MCT in July or should i complete my LL.M first?

[quote][quote]"As we mentioned above, the QLTS is designed for professionals who are already practising law, not those who have only studied law abroad and want to come and work in the UK."

I am a 2017 graduate and will complete a year as a practising advocate.
Do i still not qualify for QLTS?
[/quote]

You absolutely qualify for the QLTS.[/quote]


Thank you for the reply.
I will start my LL.M this oct from UK.
Should i take the MCT in July or should i complete my LL.M first?
quote

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