UWE or Trent for Law?

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    I am stuck between Nottingham Trent (300points) and UWE (300points from minimum of 2 A levels). Which uni do you reckon would be better for law?

    Although there is not a huge difference in the perceived repuation of these two institutions, Trent is quite well known and respected for its provision of law education in the Nottingham Law School which was one described by a high court judge as one of the leading law schools in the country (even if this comment was aimed at the psotgraduate divison, the good repuation there filters through the the undergraduate division)
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    Thanks for the input. They are really very close
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