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    Which is better, Straigth Law, or Law with a combination such as business studies.

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    (Original post by AdamWalsh)
    Which is better, Straigth Law, or Law with a combination such as business studies.

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    I'd go Straight Law because the degree is LLB rather than BA and you can specialise in business or enterprise law anyway during the course as you are allowed to choose electives.
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    Straight Law, by far.
    However don't rush your decision, and as myself, I am interested in Economics AND Law.
    So, I will probably do a degree in Economics and then do the conversion course after that in Law.
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    I'm doing an LLB in Law and Criminology, it depends what choices you take in your 2nd and 3rd years. Currently I'm doing 4 Law topics and 2 Criminology topics for this year so it's mostly Law anyway.
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    Would business be a good combination?
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    (Original post by AdamWalsh)
    Would business be a good combination?
    Economics rather than Business.
    However, any combination you like - espeically if it is business, you should take it as it could be helpful to you.
 
 
 
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