I am preparing to apply for my Masters In Law and hope to attend January or September 2014. At this time I am in Europe studying a masters degree in Science focus in Luxury Retail. I have a fair amount of work experience and an abundance of life/volunteer experience and I am writing my thesis on law.
That being said, I have a Business Administration degree for my undergrad and didn't perform well enough to get into Oxford or LSE but was hoping to get some feedback on other law school options.
Is it a requirement to write the LSAT before attending a UK school and would it help if I wrote it? Does anyone know what kind of entry exams are required for a Masters in Law?
Has anyone had a similar experience they can share? Thank you, and I look forward to hearing from you.
Canadian- UK law school for 2014 Watch
- Thread Starter
- 10-04-2013 13:50
- 14-04-2013 13:08
The LSAT is a North American exam and is typically only used for entry into the Juris Doctor in both Canada and the United States. You won't be needing it to do an LLM.
If you have a business admin degree, there are few schools that will accept you for an LLM, even if you're doing your thesis "on law." There are some programs that are broader, but don't expect too many doors opening without having a first degree in law.