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My bachelor's isn't in Law but I am considering doing a converter course, the thing is I'm not sure where I want to live after I graduate. I have dual citizenship with Australia because my family are from there and I speak Spanish because I've always loved Spain, so that's three different countries where I would consider living. If I did a converter course here in the UK, does that mean it's invalid in other countries? If so, that means I have to pick a converter course in the country I want to live in?
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My bachelor's isn't in Law but I am considering doing a converter course, the thing is I'm not sure where I want to live after I graduate. I have dual citizenship with Australia because my family are from there and I speak Spanish because I've always loved Spain, so that's three different countries where I would consider living. If I did a converter course here in the UK, does that mean it's invalid in other countries? If so, that means I have to pick a converter course in the country I want to live in?
If you qualify in Spain you can practice either in Spain or the UK as a Spanish lawyer.

There is a mechanism by which can cross qualify as an English (or Scots or NI) lawyer.

If you qualify in England (or Scotland or NI) you should be able to practice in Spain under what is called "home title". Assuming Spain has complied with its EU obligations there should be a method of cross qualifying as a Spanish lawyer.
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