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    Anyone got any experience with this? Is it crazy for me as an Acc&Fin student to take one of the tougher law modules?

    Only reason I'm thinking of it is because I want to go into financial advisory that deals with restructuring and insolvencies, and thought it would provide me with some good background.

    Any advice = mucho appreciated.
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    Completely unnecessary for you to take this course. You will rely on lawyers to do the legal stuff. Anyway, you wouldn't cope - law is very different to accounting and finance, you need a totally different skill set.
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    (Original post by 2late)
    Anyone got any experience with this? Is it crazy for me as an Acc&Fin student to take one of the tougher law modules?

    Only reason I'm thinking of it is because I want to go into financial advisory that deals with restructuring and insolvencies, and thought it would provide me with some good background.

    Any advice = mucho appreciated.
    Take LL209, its designed for non-law students and covers insolvencies as well as contract and company law. I got a 64 in it this year so can't be difficult.
 
 
 

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