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    Hi,

    I'm a third year maths and philosophy, 3rd year undergrad in Mathematics and Philosophy at Oxford. I'm looking to apply over the xmas holidays to a law conversion course, probably in london, but maybe elsewhere. I really would like to go into public law/asylum law. I know that I'll probably have to be a barrister to do this sort of thing, which I think I'd like to do. I've got a couple of mini-pupillages lined up at human rightsy chambers over the next few months so that should be lovely.

    My question is whether there would be any better or worse places for me to study the GDL? I know the courses are very broad and will hardly touch the area I'm interested in, but I okay with that. However would it be better to apply to some institutions and not others? And if so, which ones and why?

    Thanks for any help you can give me,

    CS
 
 
 
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