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Old 01.07.2021, 13:59
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Re: US Qualified Lawyer looking for employment in Switzerland

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Change your plan. Do your law degree in Switzerland (Ticino) - then you have an advantage for 6 months on getting a work permit here in Switzerland.
That sounds good but is not possible. A law degree can not be done in Italian in Switzerland.

The poor Ticinese students wanting to study law must either do it in German or French. That makes it of course much harder but is one reason why all the lawyers or people who have studied law in Ticino are good at Germand/French.

Look at the University of Lucerne. Its the closest to Ticino and they at least used to have a special German law course for Italian speaking students.

If the OP wants to study law in Italian he needs to go to Italy.
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