4 reasons why becoming dual-qualified via the SQE process can be beneficial for your career:
Updated: Apr 27
Increased career opportunities: being dual-qualified may increase your potential job opportunities and might be advantageous for those seeking employment with international firms.
Enhanced professional reputation: holding dual-qualification demonstrates you have met the rigorous standards required to practice law in two different jurisdictions, which can enhance your professional reputation and make you more desirable to potential employers.
Improved earning potential: dual-qualified solicitors may be able to command higher salaries, particularly in certain practice areas such as international arbitration, cross-border transactions, and global finance.
Professional development: the Solicitor Qualification Examination (SQE) process for dual-qualification can be a valuable learning experience, which may help candidates to develop their legal skills and knowledge more broadly.
Overall, being a dual-qualified England & Wales solicitor via the SQE process is a valuable credential that may open up many career opportunities and enhance your professional reputation.
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