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    hello!

    how can engineering be combined with law?

    Apart from IP?

    thanks!
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    (Original post by studos)
    hello!

    how can engineering be combined with law?

    Apart from IP?

    thanks!
    Patent Law.
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    (Original post by uberteknik)
    Patent Law.

    I just mentioned IP

    There is law for big construction projects, for energy, maybe other sectors? are these sectors better if you know engineering?
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    (Original post by studos)
    I just mentioned IP

    There is law for big construction projects, for energy, maybe other sectors? are these sectors better if you know engineering?
    Not necessarily. The vast majority of lawyers working in energy or construction won't have an engineering background, although might have an interest in the subject matter.


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    Not necessarily. The vast majority of lawyers working in energy or construction won't have an engineering background, although might have an interest in the subject matter.


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    J-SP is chambers student a complete reference for deadlines or we should look elsewhere too? I looked at indeed and there is not much there. Also it's quite hard to monitor 200+ firms' websites!

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    I dont think it does any harm for some situations, but be careful you dont oversell it. They want good lawyers first. I doubt it will be seen as a significnat plus when seeking a TC, they would take more notice if you had really great grades, experience and they specialised in the area.. Are you thinking of combining it with the accountancy thread you started a moment ago?
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    J-SP is chambers student a complete reference for deadlines or we should look elsewhere too? I looked at indeed and there is not much there. Also it's quite hard to monitor 200+ firms' websites!

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    Why on earth would you be applying to 200 firms?

    I doubt there is a full list anywhere. Even Chambers won't have a full list as firms have to advertise to be included and some won't have the budget to be able to advertise in the publication/website.

    Chambers/Targetjobs law/Lawcareers.net/Lawyer2B probably have the vast majority of firms deadlines between the four of them.

    If you can't find a specific firm you are interested in, call or email them and find out!

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