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Studying law in the UK

If I study law in the UK, will I have the possibility to work as a lawyer in the UK, Italy or maybe other countries? I want to focus on intellectual property.
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Answered by Cicely Oliver
Hello Alessia,

You don't say if you want to study law at undergraduate or postgraduate level. However, if you want to study in England, there are law courses offered by UK universities which combine English and Italian law, with a year abroad. See this example at the University of Kent:

www.kent.ac.uk/goabroad/opportunities/az.html

You will have to work through those universities offering law to see which combine with Italian law, and the focus on intellectual property. Check CUG's course chooser:

www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/courses/searc...w; and the UCAS website: www.ucas.com/ucas/undergraduate/choosing-course.

A quick Google shows that such courses are offered at: Oxford, Canterbury, Bangor, Swansea and Kent among others. In Scotland the University of Strathclyde offers a similar course.

Best wishes.
Cicely

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