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I’m confused about the differences between studying Scots love and English law.

I live in London. And am applying to mainly English universities. However I think I may apply to one or two Scottish universities (Edinburgh, Dundee or Glasgow). I visited Glasgow and Edinburgh and really liked it.

However, they do Scots law. I want to work in an English law firm and to qualify for this I think I need English Law.
I’m confused.
Even if I do English law I need to do an LPC after to be qualified to practice law.

After Scots law what would I have to do to be allowed to practice law in England?

Also which one would be quicker. Doing English Law or Scots law. As in how fast would I be qualified to practice law in England.

Or should I just not apply to any Scottish Universities.

Thanks for any help you can give
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http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/other_areas_...ers_in_england

https://www.quora.com/Can-I-practice...ish-law-degree
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