Durham Vs. Manchester for Law Watch

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Which has the best reputation?
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Which has the best reputation?
i say durham.
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i say durham.
Durham probably, i think Law is one of the few good departments in the whole university
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I reckon durham...its got a better reputation imo...but also has better teaching.

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Durham for law definitely.
Other departments, I'd say Manchester.
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According to the Choose a Uni book of Graduate recruiter surveys: for Law Manchester (ranked 4th after Oxford, Cambridge and LSE) does...just (Durham is ranked one place below joint with Edinburgh)
i hate it how league table type things differ so much. Times has Durham at 4th after oxbridge and lse and manchester 7th. Guardian has manchester somewhere like 7th and durham 12th.
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According to the Choose a Uni book of Graduate recruiter surveys: for Law Manchester (ranked 4th after Oxford, Cambridge and LSE) does...just (Durham is ranked one place below joint with Edinburgh)
Pencil Queen, where do you get this book from? I have had a look in the careers lib but couldn't find it. I was looking for the employment stats for History course, i have picked LSE thinking it would be best, but turned down Warwick York and Royal Holloway in the process.
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Pencil Queen, where do you get this book from? I have had a look in the careers lib but couldn't find it. I was looking for the employment stats for History course, i have picked LSE thinking it would be best, but turned down Warwick York and Royal Holloway in the process.
i heard york was really good for history, maybe not as good as LSE though. What do you plan to do after your history degree?
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i heard york was really good for history, maybe not as good as LSE though. What do you plan to do after your history degree?
No idea really, i may do a law conversion or go into accounting, or maybe journalism??? or maybe even a masters, i don't know! My mum loved York but it felt too claustraphobic for my liking, I don't like campus universities.
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No idea really, i may do a law conversion or go into accounting, or maybe journalism??? or maybe even a masters, i don't know! My mum loved York but it felt too claustraphobic for my liking, I don't like campus universities.
Ah then LSE should suit you fine.
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Ah then LSE should suit you fine.
Indeed, but to the original question-I say go for Durham :-) I don't rate Manc really.
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