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Does anybody know what this uni course is about? I know its a mixture of law, economics and geography, but does anyone know anything else? For example, can you take it and still go to Law School without needing to take a law conversion course?
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Does anybody know what this uni course is about? I know its a mixture of law, economics and geography, but does anyone know anything else? For example, can you take it and still go to Law School without needing to take a law conversion course?

Might this help?

http://www.cam.ac.uk/cambuniv/ugpros.../landecon.html

Cambridge seems to be the only place that does 'Land Economy' although from what I could find on UCAS it seems that Sheffield Hallam offer 'Urban Land Economics'. Hope this helps!
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Does anybody know what this uni course is about? I know its a mixture of law, economics and geography, but does anyone know anything else? For example, can you take it and still go to Law School without needing to take a law conversion course?
To practice law, unless your first degree is a qualifying law degree, you will need to take a 1 year qualifying course (normally a DipLaw) after you graduate with a non-law degree.

Then, you would either take a 1 year BVC course (for barristers) or a 1 year CPE(I think it's called) for solicitors.
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Land economists at Cambridge are mocked relentlessly! Why not do either Law or economics anyway - they're more respected as disciplines studied in detail. Land Ec. always struck me as being rather a mish-mash.
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