MA Law (University of Law) vs LLM Law and Legal Practice (BPP)

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Hi,I am looking to apply for a Masters in Law, allowing me to complete a GDL integrated on a masters course, to progress to the LPC. This also gives me access to a postgraduate government loan. From what I can see, the two options I have for this is the MA Law from the University of Law and the LLM Law and Legal Practice from BPP. The price difference is £13,500 vs £16,000. Does anyone know the difference between them? Is one more well-respected than the other for law firms? Is there a difference in teaching quality or the way it is taught?If anyone has completed one of these or has information on this please let me know. Thanks!
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