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    Hi, so I'm planning to do law at a London university.
    I want to apply to Queen Marys and Kings.
    I'm also considering LSE and SOAS.
    However, i know all these unis require high grades etc so i need some other unis that are still good but have lower requirements like AAA or AAB? They also have to be in London.

    BPP Law School?

    Here's a link to the league tables. It should help you.

    Edit: always have a backup plan and go for atleast 1/2 uni's which are below your predicted grade.

    Warwick bro! My friend got in with AAA
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    Hello! My friend does Economics and Law at SOAS and the reason why she went there is because they were ranked 10th in the UK in 2015 for teaching and they have a partnership where you can volunteer and do a work experience with a local law firm and get experience in housing, immigration, employment, welfare rights and debt law among others. If you need more info I could ask her. Meanwhile, check out this website http://www.soas.ac.uk/law/programmes/ and visit their open day on October 21st https://www.soas.ac.uk/admissions/ug/opendays/ If you're international then shoot the admission team an email [email protected]

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