Hello everyone. I am in a huge dilemma and I would like to ask you to share any infos or past experience you have about this topic. I got accepted in the LLM programme of LSE and KCL and I would like to follow the tax law path. Although I am not sure which option is the best one for a non UK student. Every information shared would be much appriciated.
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