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Evan

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I am thinking of moving to Ireland when my dual SPR training finishes in 4 years. I am hoping to go into Forensic LD or either specialty eventually as a consultant. I am planning to do a mental health law correspondance degree in the UK ASAP.

I have a lot of concerns about pensions, the presence of Forensic LD as a specialty in Ireland and the recognition of a postgraduate UK law degree. Does anybody have any advice on the above or other pitfalls of this potential move ?

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hi evan,

sorry this is not to answer your question...

i am also interested in dual forensic LD i am currently a single CCT LD spr.

how did you sort out your dual and whats this distance law course?

sorry i only have more questions but no aswers ??? ??? ???

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I have not sorted out dual training as yet but I am adviced by the deanery that I need 2 years of each specialty then a common year.Problem is the common year placement can not be identified at the moment but I am hoping for some progress on this in the next week or two.The distance learning course is one in mental health law and is an interest rather than a must.I will update you as soon as I know more

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i would like to move to london for spr rotation in adult psychiatry/substance misuse. I wonder if there are candidates that could advice in terms of costs/ suitability of scheme and life in general.........i have been put off by many saying that you work like a horse but not have a penny to enjoy what london brings.........anybody can help?

thanks :) :) :) :) :)

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