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I couldn't find the answer to this anywhere so I thought I'd just make a thread here.

Do any of you guys know if the SOAS LLB is a Qualifying law degree? Since some of the Qualifying law modules are listed as electives at the SOAS website instead of core modules.

In addition I would like your help in determining the modules which are necessary for me to take as electives; for it to be a Qualifying law degree since what's the use of an LLB if I cannot be a lawyer after doing a 3 year degree.

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Yes the SOAS LLB is a qualifying Law degree but is unique in giving students both an English QLD and a global perspective by requiring you to also study legal systems of Asia and Africa. It's the reason why so many magic circle law firms are now recruiting from SOAS with 10% of our graduates in 2013 gaining training contracts at Clifford Chance alone.
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