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A life changing experience studying Law

Kirsty started off studying English law, but after finishing her degree she wanted to learn more about Scots law. She explains how this helped her stand out.
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Kevin Wahba studied law at the University of Dundee and now works as a Geomatics Engineer, Lawyer and an Ontario Land Surveyor

Published on 9 February 2021

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Chidinma Zik-Ikeorha, an international student from Nigeria, graduated with an LLM in International Law and currently works as a Programme Consultant for the United Nations Environment Programme.

Published on 26 January 2021

Photograph of Caroline Cotta in front of European Union buildings in Strasbourg. Berenice Lemoine and Tracy Leli inset to left.

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Our students are encouraged to find and apply to internships to see how practitioners apply their legal skills and how laws are developed. Three LLM graduates discuss their internships and how they helped their careers and preparation for PhDs.

Published on 3 August 2020

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Amelia Mah, from Scotland, graduated in 2020 with her Undergraduate LLB Degree and is now studying for her Diploma in Professional Legal Practice

Published on 3 July 2020

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George is a fourth year student on the LLB Scots Law. He’s also the editor of the Dundee Student Law Review. He explains how he came to study here and why Dundee was the right choice for him.

Published on 1 September 2019

Kirsty in front of some flowers

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Kirsty started off studying English law, but after finishing her degree she wanted to learn more about Scots law. She explains how this helped her stand out.

Published on 10 September 2018

Holly and Megan

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Megan Anderson and Holly Morrison both graduated with an LLB and stayed on at Dundee to study for the Diploma Professional Legal Practice, which is the vocational qualification necessary to pursue a career in the legal profession in Scotland.

Published on 1 September 2018