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GDL - ULaw, BPP or City Law School?

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    Would I be making a mistake by choosing City over BPP or ULaw?
    It is my understanding that where you do the GDL is not like where you went to undergrad, it will not be seen as a marker for your ability.

    But as City is not one of the top undergrad unis would it look bad to do the GDL here compared to BPP or ULaw which are more law firm-centric?

    It really doesn't matter from a "reputation" point of view.

    The GDL (and the LPC) are just requirements to go to the next stage. The only thing that is important is getting good grades in the course.

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