Here in the UK, as many of you know, we have two different 'types' of lawyers - a solicitor and a barrister. So I was just wondering, is this the same for the US and Australia (I'm thinking of studying for a J.D in one of the two countries)?
(Original post by Alleykat606)
researching online, i've found that australian unis do offer JD programs. Does this mean that i need a JD before practising law in the country?
Oh right I'm possibly wrong then. I lived there for a little while and though they did the LLB. I'm not sure you'd need to check it out but you'd definitely need to study over there at some point to practice there.