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    I have just completed my second year at university and I'm thinking about what to do after I have graduated. My main hobby is sport so one option available for me is Sports Law. I have looked online and only a few universities offer a LLM in Sports Law and Practice.

    Should I try to complete my LPC after university first, then consider pursuing a LLM in Sports Law or should I complete my Masters first then try to complete my LPC.

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    (Original post by 11Harley11)
    I have just completed my second year at university and I'm thinking about what to do after I have graduated. My main hobby is sport so one option available for me is Sports Law. I have looked online and only a few universities offer a LLM in Sports Law and Practice.

    Should I try to complete my LPC after university first, then consider pursuing a LLM in Sports Law or should I complete my Masters first then try to complete my LPC.

    Thanks.
    I am currently in the same situation however i'm unsure about what subject to do for my masters. I was advised to go for the LPC because if I get a training contract then they might be able to sponsor me for my masters in the future. but still very confused :s
 
 
 
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