Hello Everyone! I am a penultimate year student studying abroad in Hong Kong this year, and I am considering finding legal work in Hong Kong and Mainland China for the summer. This is partly because I haven't been able to secure a VC in the UK and this seems to be my only option for gaining legal experience before my final year. (Regardless, I will also be applying for winter and spring schemes in my final year) I was wondering if legal work experience in another jurisdiction is a sufficient replacement for a VC in terms of demonstrating knowledge about what legal work involves? i.e. how useful is a legal experience in another jurisdiction when it comes to applying for VCs and TCs in the future? Many thanks!