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Which university do law firms prefer for llb law?
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Perhaps Reading? Honestly, as long as you are one of the top students in the unis, they might offer you a job whether you are in Reading or Brunel.
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What makes you think Reading is better than Brunel at law? The rankings do have Reading higher but Brunel is a Russell group and their appears to be more trainee or lawyers coming out of Brunel
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What makes you think Reading is better than Brunel at law? The rankings do have Reading higher but Brunel is a Russell group and their appears to be more trainee or lawyers coming out of Brunel
Brunel isn't a Russell group, if you think it is show us the link
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Neither is Reading you bin bag
No need to be rude. Are you that offended lol?
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Neither is Reading you bin bag
They never said it was.
No need for the insults.
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Which university do law firms prefer for llb law?
Completely indifferent.
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Brunel is a Russell group and their appears to be more trainee or lawyers coming out of Brunel
(Original post by harrysbar)
Brunel isn't a Russell group, if you think it is show us the link
(Original post by Ali12121)
Neither is Reading you bin bag
Oh dear, pay attention
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What makes you think Reading is better than Brunel at law? The rankings do have Reading higher but Brunel is a Russell group and their appears to be more trainee or lawyers coming out of Brunel
I never said Reading is better than Brunel. If you think that there are more trainees/lawyers from Brunel, why not choose Brunel? As I have said, as long as you are one of the top students in either unis, you would have a high chance of getting into a job in the legal industry.


I chose Reading because I'm not a big fan of London unis, but it's still a relatively good uni.
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Oh God, this thread is full of idiots who don't understand the legal sector. Basically both Reading and Brunel aren't RG and never will be. They're both **** holes and if you end up there, you're definitely going into PR or marketing rather than law. No high street firm and certainly no magic circle firm would even take a glance at a brunel/reading certificate. end of discussion.
Of course it would be great to enter top London unis or Oxbridge or other top unis like Durham. But you won't put all the top unis as your choices. You would want to choose some unis as insurance.

The person just asked which unis have better employability in the legal industry. No one said it has to be high street firms and it's hard to get into them even if you graduate from such top unis. From what I've heard from other people, as long as you are one of the top students in the uni, you are likely to get a spot for the training contract.
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Oh God, this thread is full of idiots who don't understand the legal sector. Basically both Reading and Brunel aren't RG and never will be. They're both **** holes and if you end up there, you're definitely going into PR or marketing rather than law. No high street firm and certainly no magic circle firm would even take a glance at a brunel/reading certificate. end of discussion.
It would be great if you could be a bit respectful. Each person has their own opinion and it's subjective.
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Of course it would be great to enter top London unis or Oxbridge or other top unis like Durham. But you won't put all the top unis as your choices. You would want to choose some unis as insurance.

The person just asked which unis have better employability in the legal industry. No one said it has to be high street firms and it's hard to get into them even if you graduate from such top unis. From what I've heard from other people, as long as you are one of the top students in the uni, you are likely to get a spot for the training contract.
For a low tier one maybe, but not magic circle or a prestigious high Street firm, sorry, and thats coming from someone who's mum is a solicitor
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It would be great if you could be a bit respectful. Each person has their own opinion and it's subjective.
Alright love, just spreading some truth here
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Brunel isn't a Russell group, if you think it is show us the link
I missed that one must have been looking at a different table. But Brunel does still appear to have more graduates working as trainee lawyers or solicitors. Don't think I have seen much if any coming from reading
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For a low tier one maybe, but not magic circle or a prestigious high Street firm, sorry, and thats coming from someone who's mum is a solicitor
The person didn't mention that he/she must enter the magic circle or high street firms, just which uni (Reading or Brunel) is more considered by law firms.
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I missed that one must have been looking at a different table. But Brunel does still appear to have more graduates working as trainee lawyers or solicitors. Don't think I have seen much if any coming from reading
It seems that you have made up your mind to choose Brunel. Why not just choose this uni?
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The person didn't mention that he/she must enter the magic circle or high street firms, just which uni (Reading or Brunel) is more considered by law firms.
yeah to which I replied, neither of them are considered
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Oh God, this thread is full of idiots who don't understand the legal sector. Basically both Reading and Brunel aren't RG and never will be. They're both **** holes and if you end up there, you're definitely going into PR or marketing rather than law. No high street firm and certainly no magic circle firm would even take a glance at a brunel/reading certificate. end of discussion.
You seem to have lost the inability to read. How blessed we are to have your contribution.
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yeah to which I replied, neither of them are considered
It's impossible that none is considered. The stats didn't show 0% in employability.
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For a low tier one maybe, but not magic circle or a prestigious high Street firm, sorry, and thats coming from someone who's mum is a solicitor
*whose* mum is a solicitor .....and big deal
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