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    Hello, I intend to study law in the UK next year.
    I have received offers from Sussex, Liverpool and Reading. I would like to ask wich uni is better for law in terms of both national and international reputation, and wich provides you better legal knowlegde. I have seen the leage tables but I heard that I should not trust them thus I would like to give me your opinion.
    Thanks in advance
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      (Original post by Konstant Xatz)
      Hello, I intend to study law in the UK next year.
      I have received offers from Sussex, Liverpool and Reading. I would like to ask wich uni is better for law in terms of both national and international reputation, and wich provides you better legal knowlegde. I have seen the leage tables but I heard that I should not trust them thus I would like to give me your opinion.
      Thanks in advance
      where r u from? if you're an international student then choose liverpool. law firms around the world would never have heard of sussex or reading.
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      (Original post by Audrey18)
      where r u from? if you're an international student then choose liverpool. law firms around the world would never have heard of sussex or reading.
      I would like to work in The UK or in the US so I would like to choose the best uni possible
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      (Original post by Konstant Xatz)
      I would like to work in The UK or in the US so I would like to choose the best uni possible
      The best universities in the UK for law are Oxford, Cambridge, LSE, UCL and KCL. Unfortunately, you don't have entry to any of these universities.

      Liverpool is a Russell Group university, but it isn't particularly famous for law. Sussex and Reading were part of the now defunct 1994 group. To be honest, all of the universities that you have gained entry into are decent universities overall, but when it comes to law, they just aren't the best universities in the UK. If you 'would like to choose the best uni possible', I'd have to suggest one of the 5 unis mentioned above.

      All the best!
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      (Original post by jessjanellbhons1)
      The best universities in the UK for law are Oxford, Cambridge, LSE, UCL and KCL. Unfortunately, you don't have entry to any of these universities.

      Liverpool is a Russell Group university, but it isn't particularly famous for law. Sussex and Reading were part of the now defunct 1994 group. To be honest, all of the universities that you have gained entry into are decent universities overall, but when it comes to law, they just aren't the best universities in the UK. If you 'would like to choose the best uni possible', I'd have to suggest one of the 5 unis mentioned above.

      All the best!
      I tottaly agree that these are the best unis for law. I did not want to go in a top uni for my undergraduate degree in order to achieve good marks and do my LLM in a top uni
     
     
     
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