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    Depends what you are interested in. International Relations would complement International law. Politics would complement Public law. Economics and Business would complement Contract, Company and Commercial law. Criminology would complement Criminal law.
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    In my year popular choices are:
    Law with French (can take even if you've not done French before)
    Law with Politics
    Law with History
    Law with Economics
    Lot of crossover with Politics/Public law, and I think International Relations is similar.
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    (Original post by jetsetgirl)
    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.
    I think it's useful to do law with language
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    (Original post by sparklysparkles)
    In my year popular choices are:
    Law with French (can take even if you've not done French before)
    Law with Politics
    Law with History
    Law with Economics
    Lot of crossover with Politics/Public law, and I think International Relations is similar.
    Where? :confused:
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    (Original post by Butterflyleg)
    Where? :confused:
    Yeah, where? :eek:
    I've kind of got my heart set on LSE anyway (:o: don't ask...) so if they required background in French, I'd just do Law/Politics.
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    (Original post by Butterflyleg)
    Where?
    Glasgow - it is in my signature :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by sparklysparkles)
    Glasgow - it is in my signature :rolleyes:
    That's very unusual
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    (Original post by darigan)
    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
    I can't believe I missed this comment! Hahaha, I wish I knew how to rep cause this is bloody brilliant
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    (Original post by jetsetgirl)
    I can't believe I missed this comment! Hahaha, I wish I knew how to rep cause this is bloody brilliant
    Its the future - All the big employment analysts are talking about the changing face of labour markets, the need to expand skillsets and diversify the areas that you are qualified to be employed in:
    • Law and acupuncture
    • Medicine and a Bouncer qualification (guarantee a steady stream of work)
    • ............ i'm all out for the mo - anybody got any more

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    (Original post by darigan)
    Its the future - All the big employment analysts are talking about the changing face of labour markets, the need to expand skillsets and diversify the areas that you are qualified to be employed in:
    • Law and acupuncture
    • Medicine and a Bouncer qualification (guarantee a steady stream of work)
    • ............ i'm all out for the mo - anybody got any more

    IB and sex therapy? IDK, I'm just basing that off the hundreds of IB/masturbation jokes on TSR. :p:
 
 
 
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