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    apart from being a solicitor or a barrsiter, what other options are there? ideally, although probly a long shot, lol, id like some kind of career in law which will some how give me work in different places abroad as i love to travel and cannot see myself staying in england for my career....had any1 any ideas? im stumped! lol
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    maybe this can help:

    http://www.prospects.ac.uk/cms/ShowPage/Home_page/Options_with_your_subject/Your_degree_in_law/Where_to_start/p!eklgejb

    the thing with law is that different countries have different rules and such, unless you are studdying international?

    but law is used in different areas, in some way. for example in hotel and restaurant, and you can find them everywhere. or maybe you can work abroad but for england.

    Edit: don't kno why the link isn't blue but you can copy paste
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    thanks emma, yea im doing british and american law, study on death row next yr over there so hopefully will make some contacts which will broaden my options!
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    (Original post by parties-r-us!)
    apart from being a solicitor or a barrsiter, what other options are there? ideally, although probly a long shot, lol, id like some kind of career in law which will some how give me work in different places abroad as i love to travel and cannot see myself staying in england for my career....had any1 any ideas? im stumped! lol
    You can do pleny with a law degree, you dont necessarily have to use your up-to-date legal knowledge. The skills learned would be very useful in business and banking etc.
 
 
 
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