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Old 01-28-2008, 01:46 AM   #1
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Default Question regarding postgraduate schools in the UK

This is specifically towards England. Currently working on my Masters in the United States and the prospect of practicing law intrigues me but then so does teaching, I'm kind of at a crossroad at the moment. I absolutely love England and would jump at the chance of relocating.

It seems to me after doing a little bit of browsing it is extremely difficult to be able to get a permit to work over there without some help and I doubt it'll make things any easier for me to secure a job with a Masters degree.

Studying abroad seems to be the best way to at least give me a couple of years of residency over there until I'm done with school then my VISA is expired.

Currently I have my sights set on a few law schools over there but my question is once I get my LL.M would I still have to jump hoops in order to get employed over there? Would it be crazy for me to pursue a law degree over in England if it means me having to leave once I finish? I have to keep in mind that this is English Law I will be learning not American law, so its not really applicable in the States if I have to return.

If I do decide on teaching from what I understand things are pretty easy, even for those who recieved their credentials in the United States since from what I read England is always looking for teachers and even show an interest in teachers from abroad.
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