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    So... law & ______
    If going for a double degree, I mean.
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    Criminology/politics are quite common. Or French or another language.
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    I'd love to see it combined with psychology.
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    Law & History?
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    (Original post by jetsetgirl)
    So... law & ______
    If going for a double degree, I mean.
    I've applied for law and politics
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    Business
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    Politics/Psychology/Criminology/Business
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    History.
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    Law and History?
    Law and Politics?

    Those 2 seem the most best suited together
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    Politics and Criminology are at the top.

    Business or history is also good.

    Any language is also very good, especially if you want to have a legal career.
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    Law with philosophy is a good combo - there's alot of crossover. When we did the criminal module last year lot of the academic theories were based on philosophers prinicples etc - I was lucky I'd done A level philosophy really. Very interesting though =)
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    Hmm, I'm considering Law & Politics or Law & French.
    I eventually want to apply for a UN job (or at least keep my options open for that). Which combination would be more useful in achieving that?

    EDIT: Keeping in mind I'm a total newbie to French (but I do pick up new languages quickly)
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    What makes you want to do a joint honours rather than single?
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    Because I hate the idea of doing straight law for three/four years. The thought makes me want to jump off something...

    That, and I am interested in either learning a new language or something political/international relations.
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    Law with French seems the most sensible then, but can you apply having never done French before?
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    Probably not... Law with Politics it is then
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    (Original post by jetsetgirl)
    Probably not... Law with Politics it is then
    Law with International Relations?
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    (Original post by Maloney)
    Law with International Relations?
    I'll add it to my list of degrees to research...

    Until then, I'm sleepy so good night TSR... there really needs to be a yawning emoticon :/
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    Law and acupuncture - just think of the possibilities, you can use your acupuncture skills to calm down a client after they've seen your legal fees - its the future
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    Law and Chemical engineering with Golf Management
 
 
 
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