I recently graduated from an American law school and am curious about working and studying law in England. Do any of you know what it takes for someone in my position to study law at Oxford? Do they offer advanced degrees, for someone who already has a J.D. from an American school? My undergraduate degrees are in English and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations. I graduated with a 3.79 GPA and scored a 162 on the LSAT. I have no clue if those numbers mean anything to any of you, but am curious. I also did fairly well in law school -- my grades were not as high, probably a 3.45 average, but I was very involved, on law review and moot court.
Thanks for any information.
Which law school? Tier 1? Top-14?
I think you qualify for the CPE/ PgDL which is the law conversion exam. No porint in doing an LLM if you intend to work in private practice.
"American Lawyer's in England"
Perhaps you ought to sort out your grammar before applying.