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Is studying law at a welsh university in wales any different than studying it in England. Like, will you then need to do something on top of that to work in England.
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It makes no difference. There are no additional steps.

As far as you're concerned, English and Welsh law are the same thing.
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Is studying law at a welsh university in wales any different than studying it in England. Like, will you then need to do something on top of that to work in England.
Hi, not different at all. It's the English and Welsh Legal System (Combined) - Would be different if you studied in Scotland or Northern Ireland who have separate systems. Best of luck with your degree, however you will need to check it is a QLD (Qualifying Law Degree) with the BSB (Bar Standards Board) or SRA (Solicitors Regulatory Authority) , otherwise you might need to do a GDL.
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