Where to go? Exeter, Warwick, Edinburgh, or Glasgow? Watch
I really want to become a barrister in the future. What is the best law school from the ones I have received an offer? They are Exeter, Warwick, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
I actually want to practice in England, but applied to Scotland anyway.
Leaving warwick and exeter. Choose the most prestigious place. Perhaps inquire as to which of those two universities have the biggest student run law society, as it will give you an idea of how many properly 'committed' students go to that uni. Perhaps check if they have a mooting organisation (courtroom-like law debate for students). Otherwise, check which place has the best night life, all that hard work will need hard partying to unwind.
AFAIK that's 3 years longer than the system in England, so unless you really want to work in Scotland (doesn't sound like you do) then go with one of the English universities.
This is just my personal opinion, I am a Law student at Exeter. I think either Exeter or Warwick are the better two, all the top law firms (Simmons, Linklaters etc.) target recruitment from around 10-15 "gold universities" in the UK - Exeter and Warwick being in that list.
Exeter is a very good law school with great facilities, however, personally I find the overall university 'experience' at Exeter to be quite poor. It's a small city with not a lot going on. That said, there are loads of societies to get involved with so that's quite fun.
I don't really know a lot about Warwick bar it's reputation, so it's really going to be a case of which ever you find best suited to you.
I'd say Warwick and Exeter are quite equal reputation wise, and my personal opinion career wise for English Law, would be to go to one of those two.
If you have any more questions about Exeter i'd be happy to help!