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Hi everyone, I know someone who is considering studying a masters in law (not sure of specifics) and they did a BA (Hons) business course which covered some legal modules . I think they were considering Entertainment law or something.

Which would be the best place to study your masters in law in the UK? It doesn't really matter where specifically, just in general.

Asking for a friend!
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(Original post by KimberleyH20)
Hi everyone, I know someone who is considering studying a masters in law (not sure of specifics) and they did a BA (Hons) business course which covered some legal modules . I think they were considering Entertainment law or something.

Which would be the best place to study your masters in law in the UK? It doesn't really matter where specifically, just in general.

Asking for a friend!
Does your friend want to work as a solicitor? Because if so the quickest route for them would be to do a Law conversion course since their first degree is in Business. However, if they just want to do a Masters in Media Law out of personal interest it is easy enough to find information on providers by them googling it (as I have just done) to find the course at Queen Marys as an example of a good provider. It's not clear whether your friend studied enough Law in their first degree to make them a realistic candidate but they could contact Queen Marys (or other unis offering similar courses) for advice

Some institutions combine a Law conversion course with an Masters such as BPP, for example.

https://www.bpp.com/courses/law/post...version-course

lhttps://www.qmul.ac.uk/law/postgraduate/courses/items/201543.html

https://www.prospects.ac.uk/universi...edia-law-51824
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