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Hi I am going to Study Law with Criminology LLB in September 2020. With this lockdown I am thinking I can invest my time reading the recommended Uni reading list in advance on UK Law and Criminology. Please can anyone recommend books on this degree? I also enjoy audio books so if there are any audio books on UK Law or Criminology or both I can listen to while going about my day to day business I would appreciate it.

Are there any FB groups I can join other students studying Law and Criminology? Any and all advice is appreciated.
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I think some novels are really enjoyable as Jenny Han novels are all really good and Abby Glines is fun as well, the field series.
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I think some novels are really enjoyable as Jenny Han novels are all really good and Abby Glines is fun as well, the field series.
Thank you, I will have a read as I do enjoy reading. Sorry for the lack of clarification, I actually mean Study books on UK law and Criminology related to my degree choice. I have not yet received the recommended reading list from the Uni. Many thanks
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Hello Jonny

Anything related to the degree? I don't have a reading list yet but I dont wantt o waste the time off I have now?

Thank you I appreciate you taking time out to reply
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I’ve applied for law with criminology too, which uni are you planning on going to?
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