I am a student studying towards a combined bachelor and master in Law in Italy, interested in international legal career within golden circle firms.
BPP has been recently recognized as a full university - so able to issue regular degree certifications - and even if it is not listed among the leading universities rankings on llmguide website, I'm wondering how good it could be to pursue an LLM there.
LinkedIn ex-alumni statistics are outstanding and if you check the people section of the golden circle firms it's always the top uni.
Do you think people get in into golden circle firms because of LLM or LPC?
Do you think it would be better to choose Oxforbridge, LSE, Kings for an LLM rather than BPP? If yes, why?
How about the LPC program? do you suggest to take it at BPP? why? and if yes, is it better after the bachelor or after the LLM?
I saw that they also offer an LLM LPC (sounds like a mixed program), could it be the solution?
Thanks in advance!
[Edited by Federico Lo Bianco on Apr 25, 2020]