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Hi,

I just wanted to ask if the uni good for a standard law course?

Especially with the whole campus situation how do you choose which campus to go to? And how can you apply? Can we change campus between the three years?
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The ULaw mostly exists/existed to provide the LPC, a required vocational part of the legal training process. I don't think it's that well regarded for law by any practicing lawyers as it's not really an academic institution, and it's also one that most lawyers are probably familiar with as they probably did their LPC with them.
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The ULaw mostly exists/existed to provide the LPC, a required vocational part of the legal training process. I don't think it's that well regarded for law by any practicing lawyers as it's not really an academic institution, and it's also one that most lawyers are probably familiar with as they probably did their LPC with them.
Do you know which uni's would be good for law with AAC?
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Do you know which uni's would be good for law with AAC?
Not really, I'm not that familiar with unis for law outside of the "brand name" ones that people tend to focus on. Most of the better known ones require AAB or above. I'd suggest maybe considering retaking the C as that will likely give you a lot more options if you can bring it up even to a B.
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Do you know which uni's would be good for law with AAC?
Are these predicted or achieved?

If achieved retake the C as that will hold you back if you want to apply to commercial law firms.

Liverpool, Sheffield, Cardiff, Newcastle and Southampton are all RGs you could apply too and get an offer.

Leicester and Lancaster are other good ones who you’ll most probably get an offer from.

All those mentioned are better than uni of law.
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Are these predicted or achieved?

If achieved retake the C as that will hold you back if you want to apply to commercial law firms.

Liverpool, Sheffield, Cardiff, Newcastle and Southampton are all RGs you could apply too and get an offer.

Leicester and Lancaster are other good ones who you’ll most probably get an offer from.

All those mentioned are better than uni of law.
Are these unis to apply with predicted AAC or AAB?
Cuz I have AAC.
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Are these unis to apply with predicted AAC or AAB?
Cuz I have AAC.
They are for predicted AAC yes. So is that was you have?
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