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    (Original post by adam0311)
    Prepare for the wrath.
    Haha, you're right, but oh well.
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    (Original post by lesbionic)
    City living? :curious: In Coventry? Lol, Cool :borat:
    Compared to Warwick campus, Coventry must be like NYC
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    (Original post by Mann18)
    Compared to Warwick campus, Coventry must be like NYC
    :laugh:
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    (Original post by Mann18)
    Compared to Warwick campus, Coventry must be like NYC
    I've been to Warwick. Their campus is actually decent. Coventry howwever is a ****hole
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    Having lived in London all my life and then moved to study in Coventry, I can say the only real difference between studying in London and Cov is nightlife. In Cov there are only a handful of clubs worth going to, but in London there's a club on practically every street.
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    (Original post by adam0311)
    So the prestige of a university is based off of the 10 people that wikipedia links? You do realize that not everyone who should be linked is linked?

    Did you go through the KCL list? Half of them transferred to Oxbridge for law school and another portion didn't even get their LLB from KCL.

    Honestly UCL's is quite impressive. So all this did was reinforce my initial opinion, that KCL's alumni list doesn't match UCL's or LSE's.
    But apprenatly my I.T teacher's wife, who teaches at the college of law as well as currently a judge and has previously worked for clifford chance said that KCL was the best for law in London.

    Just something i like to point out as it is said by someone who is in the legal profession
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    (Original post by Lawlet)
    But apprenatly my I.T teacher's wife, who teaches at the college of law as well as currently a judge and has previously worked for clifford chance said that KCL was the best for law in London.

    Just something i like to point out as it is said by someone who is in the legal profession
    Ahh yes because one person's opinion is the end all be all!
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    (Original post by adam0311)
    Ahh yes because one person's opinion is the end all be all!
    No, of course it's not. Calm down and stop being a twit :borat:
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    Warwick is MUCH better than King's.

    King's is on the same level as Bath, York, Edinburgh and Bristol.

    Warwick is on par with Imperial and UCL.

    But King's is good.

    The only reason why I can choose King's over Warwick is due to the location. London, hello?

    Warwick would be my overall choice though because it's more beastlier.
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    (Original post by lesbionic)
    No, of course it's not. Calm down and stop being a twit :borat:
    will you sit down with me?
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    (Original post by adam0311)
    will you sit down with me?
    Yes, you need to be crushed.
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    (Original post by agolati)
    Warwick is MUCH better than King's.

    King's is on the same level as Bath, York, Edinburgh and Bristol.

    Warwick is on par with Imperial and UCL.

    But King's is good.

    The only reason why I can choose King's over Warwick is due to the location. London, hello?

    Warwick would be my overall choice though because it's more beastlier.
    LOL. Warwick is on par with Imperial (a university that does not operate a law degree - come on - if you're going to post, then don't post crap! Dear me...) and UCL. Rofl, no, dear, no.
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    (Original post by lesbionic)
    LOL. Warwick is on par with Imperial (a university that does not operate a law degree - come on - if you're going to post, then don't post crap! Dear me...) and UCL. Rofl, no, dear, no.

    CHILL, I'm talking general here, not law. I just realised that its about law. In which case I'd actually prefer to choose King's.
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    (Original post by lesbionic)
    Yes, you need to be crushed.
    Fatter than an American, eh? Good work.
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    (Original post by lesbionic)
    LOL. Warwick is on par with Imperial (a university that does not operate a law degree - come on - if you're going to post, then don't post crap! Dear me...) and UCL. Rofl, no, dear, no.
    So you actually agree with me then. My whole point to LutherVan was that KCL was not on par with UCL. We can be friends after all.
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    (Original post by adam0311)
    So you actually agree with me then. My whole point to LutherVan was that KCL was not on par with UCL. We can be friends after all.
    In general of course UCL, but in terms of law i think KCL might be better then UCL
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    (Original post by agolati)
    Warwick is MUCH better than King's.

    King's is on the same level as Bath, York, Edinburgh and Bristol.

    Warwick is on par with Imperial and UCL.

    But King's is good.

    The only reason why I can choose King's over Warwick is due to the location. London, hello?

    Warwick would be my overall choice though because it's more beastlier.
    Overall Warwick is marginally better than KCL (not much) and almost on par with UCL (UCL is the irrefutable 5th) but it is definitely not in the league of Imperial. Imperial is in a whole different league.

    For Law, Warwick is slightly weaker than KCL.
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    (Original post by Lawlet)
    But apprenatly my I.T teacher's wife, who teaches at the college of law as well as currently a judge and has previously worked for clifford chance said that KCL was the best for law in London.

    Just something i like to point out as it is said by someone who is in the legal profession
    That is not true.

    At LSE and UCL will be AT LEAST on par with KCL if not better. I would assert they are better.

    KCL is 3rd for Law in London.
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    (Original post by LutherVan)
    That is not true.

    At LSE and UCL will be AT LEAST on par with KCL if not better. I would assert they are better.

    KCL is 3rd for Law in London.
    this isn't meant to be offense: what are you making your judgement base on?
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    (Original post by Lawlet)
    this isn't meant to be offense: what are you making your judgement base on?
    Historical reputation, present department strength and employability. The middle makes them pip KCL just very very slightly.

    For the first KCL is outstandingly better than Durham and Warwick in my opinion, which makes it negligibly better than the 2.
 
 
 
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