Hey,I'm from King's college doing law.however,i'm pretty interested in economics as well and have many friends doing that in lse.so i was wondering,is it possible to sneak into lectures to listen to what is going on?
It's vaguely amusing that given you are doing law that you have time to consider joining other classes.
No, it's not amusing. It's normal. Mundane, actually.
Many people pursue academic interests outside the course they are studying.
I myself am considering sitting in commercial contract lectures when the new academic year at LSE begins, even though I have not selected commercial contracts as one of my modules. One of my friends lasted year accompanied me to my tort law lectures, even though he was reading history, just because he was interested in the subject.
I guess it's KCL though
That's harsh, and an unjustified brush-off.
Kings College London is one of the best universities in the country, and its law department is highly regarded.