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    (Original post by Lawlet)
    OP: Why don't you take the 5 year course in KCL- English Law with Hong Kong law?
    oh wow i wasn't aware of that course, i will definitely check it out, thank you!
    it's pretty long though..5 years :O!
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    oh wow i wasn't aware of that course, i will definitely check it out, thank you!
    it's pretty long though..5 years :O!
    I know that is why i'm thinking whether to do that or just a standard LLB because i want to be qualified both in England and Hong Kong. But ultimately i want to work in Hong Kong because the tax rate is lower there and the money goes further.
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    (Original post by Lawlet)
    I know that is why i'm thinking whether to do that or just a standard LLB because i want to be qualified both in England and Hong Kong. But ultimately i want to work in Hong Kong because the tax rate is lower there and the money goes further.
    yeah i agree, i want to work in hong kong in the future too that's why i want to study law there to start with because if i study it in uk, the laws wont be as specific to hk i think..but i need to look into it further to be honest
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    (Original post by isabella_C)
    yeah i agree, i want to work in hong kong in the future too that's why i want to study law there to start with because if i study it in uk, the laws wont be as specific to hk i think..but i need to look into it further to be honest
    is quite similar because HK used to be a colony of the British Empire, but i think you need to pass three module specific to HK to law in order to sit the PCLL (HK version of LPC).

    Do you live in England by the way?
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    (Original post by Lawlet)
    is quite similar because HK used to be a colony of the British Empire, but i think you need to pass three module specific to HK to law in order to sit the PCLL (HK version of LPC).

    Do you live in England by the way?
    Oh right, thanks! I'll definitely look more into it =]
    yes i do, and yourself?
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    yeah i live in liverpool
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    (Original post by Lawlet)
    yeah i live in liverpool
    oh cool i live in birmingham~
    happy new year to everyone!
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    (Original post by isabella_C)
    oh wow! i live in yuen long too
    I used to too
    Still live in Yuen Long when I go back for holidays^^
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    (Original post by amyyanwatse)
    I used to too
    Still live in Yuen Long when I go back for holidays^^
    me too! what a coincidence maybe i'll bump into you or something haha:P
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    amyyanwatse and isabella_C: Fanling is the best, without a doubt.
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    (Original post by Lawlet)
    amyyanwatse and isabella_C: Fanling is the best, without a doubt.
    haha i have never been there myself, but i'm sure it is a lovely place :P
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    (Original post by Lawlet)
    amyyanwatse and isabella_C: Fanling is the best, without a doubt.
    haha I have gone past it when I was on the train from Sheung Shui to Tai Po
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    (Original post by amyyanwatse)
    haha I have gone past it when I was on the train from Sheung Shui to Tai Po
    i thought you live in Yuen Long?
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    i thought you live in Yuen Long?
    Yeah but I went around places whilst I was in HK lol
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    what are your favourite places to go to in hk everyone?
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    MK, lol
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    haha agreed, i love langham place, its so pretty :P
 
 
 
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