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Hiya, I am currently studying Geography, philosophy and music for my A levels. I have become really interested in studying environmental law and wanted some advice on the best route to achieve this. I was thinking of getting a degree in environmental science which has a few topics on environmental law. I would then undertake a one-year 'law conversion'. I wondered if this was a good idea, or if it would be better to get a law degree instead. Thank you x
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I’d stick with environmental degrees. As that’s what interests you and will like for 3 years. I am trying to think if there were any environmental modules on my law degree and can’t recall any. Even if there was, it would be 1 module out of 12-14 over the 3 years.
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