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    Hi, new here and not sure if this would be the right place to ask but here it goes.
    Does anybody on the forum know if a LLB from Trinity College Dublin or a BCL in Law w/ Economics from University College Dublin be of any use if I was looking towards working for a corporate firm in London? I know there would probably be a conversion course to be taken if I came to England with an Irish degree but would the degrees themselves be of interest to English employers? Trinity is my first choice followed but UCD Law w/ Ec and then UCD Business & Law
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    If you want to be employed in the legal field in UK you can do it with a irish LLB since the law is ruffly the same.
    However, if you want to quality as a solicitor or barrister you will need to take a GDL before as I don't think irish LLB satisfy the core compulsory english modules to have a qualifying degree.
 
 
 
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