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I don't want to go to a university abroad especially in the USA as it is so expensive. I was just wondering if after I get my law degree can I then train with a company in the USA to be able to practice law or do I have do a conversion course at a USA university?
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To the best of my recollection, it works on a state by state basis. You have to check (probably by buying a book or magazine or paying a consultant) which states will admit you to their bar exam with a law degree from this jurisdiction. I seem to remember that the New York bar will admit holders of University of London degrees (so I assume any QLD will do).

I think it would be unwise to presume that it is any easier to get into practise there than it is here, though.
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To the best of my recollection, it works on a state by state basis. You have to check (probably by buying a book or magazine or paying a consultant) which states will admit you to their bar exam with a law degree from this jurisdiction. I seem to remember that the New York bar will admit holders of University of London degrees (so I assume any QLD will do).

I think it would be unwise to presume that it is any easier to get into practise there than it is here, though.
Thank you. I don't think it is easier but I have always been interested in the USA. However, university in the states is very expensive. Thank you once again for your response.
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