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Worth studying law if you're not at Russell Group?

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    I recently had a flop on my A levels, due to a cocky attitude combined with laziness, I ended up lacking the grades I needed to go to my first choice university.
    I got a place in my back up Manchester Met, but due to a large ammount of posts ive seen on TSR, I'm starting to fear that studying law at a university like MMU just isn't worth it in the end. Is this true?
    - Sorry that this posted twice I can't figure out how to delete the double.


    This might give you an insight into what firms really think about non-RG unis, but honestly - uni is what you make of it. If you excel, get a first, take part in endless extra curriculars and have fun, then of course it is worth it :-)
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