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    According to The Guardian, UCL is statistically better for law than LSE. I want to go to either of them to study law, but which one is actually better? I have 6 A grades at AS and 14 A*s at GCSE, but of course I know that this is not guarantee of a place at either.

    http://www.theguardian.com/education/table/2013/jun/04/university-guide-law
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    It was voted the best law school in the country
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    It was voted the best law school in the country
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    UCL, also look at student satisfaction.
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    If you want to run a country after your law degree I would say LSE. JFK went there after all.
 
 
 
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