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Can I work or practice law in London having BL degree from India?

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Asked by syedsibghatulla Wednesday Feb 11th 2009 in Career Planning
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Yes and no. It all depends. In the UK even a paralegals can practice law, but there are certain situation in which one must be a Barrister or a Solicitor in order to practice. In these cases one would have to contact the governing body of the these two areas, and confer with them regarding the requirements needed to practice law in the UK. For Barristers contact the Bar Council, and for Solicitors contact the The Institute of Legal Executives, both of which can be found with within any search engine.

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