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Hey guys,
any suggestions....which is the best uni for law out of these:
Newcastle, East Anglia, Reading, Brunel,- already got offers from these,
still waiting for Manchester and KCL

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Ok this is taking the **** now - ANOTHER Law thread!

Why not just look at some of the ones already started. However (in no particular order) Newcastle, Manchester and East Anglia are all credible. Not sure about the others but Brunel is suppsoably a mixed bag and the reputation isn't great.
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Out of those I would probably say KCL. Manchester and Reading also look very good.
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(Original post by bratva10)
Hey guys,
any suggestions....which is the best uni for law out of these:
Newcastle, East Anglia, Reading, Brunel,- already got offers from these,
still waiting for Manchester and KCL

thanx for any replies
I studied at Newcastle, not law though. I don't think that the law school is that highly regarded (33rd ranking by the Times). However, Newcastle is a very reputable and established university. As such, it still attracts loads of Magic Circle and international law firms.

East Anglia, Reading, Brunel do not, despite Reading being ranked in the Top-10 for law.

Read into that what you will.

P.S. Reading people do seem to get interviews at major firms however.

Edit: KCL and Manchester spank it for law. Also this thread http://www.uk-learning.net/t23832.html might be useful.
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(Original post by Mark_KK)
Ok this is taking the **** now - ANOTHER Law thread!

Why not just look at some of the ones already started. However (in no particular order) Newcastle, Manchester and East Anglia are all credible. Not sure about the others but Brunel is suppsoably a mixed bag and the reputation isn't great.
thnx man
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(Original post by Vitriol)
I studied at Newcastle, not law though. I don't think that the law school is that highly regarded (33rd ranking by the Times). However, Newcastle is a very reputable and established university. As such, it still attracts loads of Magic Circle and international law firms.

East Anglia, Reading, Brunel do not, despite Reading being ranked in the Top-10 for law.

Read into that what you will.

P.S. Reading people do seem to get interviews at major firms however.

Edit: KCL and Manchester spank it for law. Also this thread http://www.uk-learning.net/t23832.html might be useful.
yea thats what i thought too
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go for KCL
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