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Title: Postgraduate legal education in Britain
Authors: Picciotto, Sol
Keywords: Continuing education -- Great Britain
Law -- Study and teaching (Continuing education) -- Great Britain
Issue Date: 1984
Publisher: Għaqda Studenti tal-Liġi
Citation: Picciotto, S. (1984). Postgraduate legal education in Britain. Id-Dritt, 12, 88-90.
Abstract: There are many advantages for a law graduate to pursuing a period of advanced study of legal problems and issues abroad. Colleges and Universities in other countries may be able to offer tuition or facilities in specialised topics, or may offer new approaches to legal issues, which can stimulate the student and enable him or her to return home with new ideas. Postgraduate legal education can therefore be very useful whether you are intending to become a law teacher yourself, or go into practice, or into government service. The basic requirement for entry into postgraduate courses is a good honours degree from a University or College with an international standing, plus a good knowledge of English. It is vital for the student as well as the University to ensure that this necessary educational background has been achieved. Nothing is more disappointing than to embark on a course and find that you are badly prepared for it. You can waste a lot of time and money trying, sometimes too late, to remedy a deficiency in your basic education.
Appears in Collections:Id-Dritt : Volume 12 : Autumn 1984
Id-Dritt : Volume 12 : Autumn 1984

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