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    I was wondering if it made sense to go part time with both and do them at the same time and so would still complete both in 2 years or is there no point and just spend a straight year doing each.
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    It depends whether or not you have a TC. If not, you may be better to just do the LLM first full time. That way, if you get a TC, they'll fully fund your LPC rather than only funding the remaining half.
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    Also depends if the LLM is directly relevant to the sort of law you want to do, or is just for ***** and giggles.
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    Doesn't make sense to me. A LLM is a academic degree: to get the most from it you really need to immerse yourself, spreading it out kind of detracts from it
 
 
 
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