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    Firstly, lets not turn this into a **** wangling contest between the two. I'd like objective and informed reasons to pick or not pick one.

    I've applied to UCL for straight law, interested in probably an international year (or maybe two with a dual degree)
    But at the same tims i've also applied to KCL for PPL. I really like the breath of the course.

    So. Pitch the unis to me, please
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    (Original post by Michael_Fishy)
    Firstly, lets not turn this into a **** wangling contest between the two.
    (Original post by Michael_Fishy)
    So. Pitch the unis to me, please
    What do you expect will happen?

    Go with the course you prefer. PPL is only 1/3 law, and the other modules will have a lot more politics/philosophy stuff than you'll ever be introduced to in Property/Public/Criminal law modules which are taken as part of a regular LLB. Choose the course, and then choose the uni.
 
 
 
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