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I want to study law & I just recently applied to some London based universities. So far I’ve gotten a conditional offer from London South Bank, City, Met & Westminster. I still need to sit my final exams & I don’t know how well or bad I’ll do so I don’t want to choose the wrong option. Could anyone please tell me about how the Law courses in each university or just one are? & which unis I should avoid because they’re just rubbish? Thank you so much in advance!
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I’m studying business & management. I was a drop out student from a well known university back in 2012. London Met gave me the second chance to study a degree back in 2017, I really enjoyed studying here and honestly I would advice you to study here. I did a law module in my first year and I learned to tort law and etc it was informative
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