Law Society - General Interest threadWatch
I'm at Queen's in Belfast, but I'm currently studying in the US however I'll be finishing my law degree (LLB Law & Politics) next year. A-Levels? Physics, Geography, Politics and AS Applied Maths (AAAa).
(Just got a conditional offer from Univ, Oxford!!!)
My cousin, now aged 17 and completing 1st year A levels is intent on studying Law. He seems exceptionally bright and appears to have his head screwed on.
He is studying Psychology, English and I think Law. (well one would presume)
He is asking me for advice on how to approach university etc and what best decisions to make. I can't really help as I'm doing a completely different course altogether.
I was wondering are those subjects fine for continuation within Law at a good Uni?
What is the minimum criteria for Law at a well respected Law Uni. As I'm a QM student, I think ours is a 320 point or 340 point criteria. The department looks very sweet indeed, but not sure how it is thought of in regards to others. I have recommended it naturally as an existing student. No bias, promise. Just wondering how it fares amongst others.
He wishes to remain in London, but he also realizes that if unsuccessful, he does have to move elsewhere. What Uni's should be be applying for out of the 6.
Please no attacking Uni's, and if there is a bad comment, be subtle. Thanks.
Can't help with the London Unis, other than UCL is very highly respected, as is Kings and to some extent probably LSE. No expert here.
LLB student hoping to move onto LLM and then most probably the Bar.
i'd like to join the community and have some information about the double maitrise betwee KCL and La Sorbonne..thanks
Currently in 6th form studying History, Business Studies and Psychology.
Planning on studying Law next academic year have offers for:
Queen Mary London
Swansea (Im from Swansea)
Anyone has any opinions on which is the better then please inform me.
Other than that Im glad to have joined the society
I hope I'll be a Law student in some time
Got to rush got my interview practise assessment in a bit