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    Hi everyone! New and need some guidance here.

    I'm going into my final year in an English LLB (Accelerated) programme and realised near the end of this first year that I wish to practice in Scotland. It isn't financially beneficial for me to stop my programme now as I already have an undergraduate degree (hence me being in the accelerated programme).

    I wish to do my training and such in Scotland once I'm done. I'm just having trouble finding whether or what steps I need to take into order to convert my English LLB into Scots. Any help would be appreciated!
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    (Original post by Arijana)
    Hi everyone! New and need some guidance here.

    I'm going into my final year in an English LLB (Accelerated) programme and realised near the end of this first year that I wish to practice in Scotland. It isn't financially beneficial for me to stop my programme now as I already have an undergraduate degree (hence me being in the accelerated programme).

    I wish to do my training and such in Scotland once I'm done. I'm just having trouble finding whether or what steps I need to take into order to convert my English LLB into Scots. Any help would be appreciated!
    Hello Arijana,
    My suggestion is to finish the English LLB first. After that you can do the accelerate LLB in Scots law
    e.g. http://www.stir.ac.uk/postgraduate/p...s/law/law-llb/ but this is two years as there is no GDL equivalent in Scotland. If you finish the LLB you will have some good chances to gain exemptions from some modules like Public law and commercial law but much depends on the University and their exemptions policy.
 
 
 

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