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I have recently graduated from my Masters in Business Laws degree and was hoping to go to Asia, HK or Thailand to practice.

I was wondering if anyone has any advice for how to go about looking for corporate firms willing to recruit graduates without experience or is it a case of having to get a job in Europe and get a transfer over to Thailand?

Most of interests concern international finance law and capital markets.

Any advice would be great.
 

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Hello and welcome to the forum. I would say very unlikely to get an offer with a Thai law firm unless you know someone here ... or even get a response to an email I would suggest :)

There are few jobs open to foreigners - aside from highly experienced foreigners in nice areas - and sooo many seeking a job here. Your best bet would be to work towards a transfer from overseas. In the meantime google on Thailand visas and thailand work permit, and you will get some idea re: the bureaucratic hurdles also.
 
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