Bests universities in the UK for commercial law


Ralex93
Hi everybody,

I'm planning to apply this year to an LLM in the UK. I'd like to know which are the best universities -in terms of quality of the programmes, prestige, professors staff- to study commercial law. Any particular information you'll bring me will be very useful to decide where to apply.
Hi everybody,

I'm planning to apply this year to an LLM in the UK. I'd like to know which are the best universities -in terms of quality of the programmes, prestige, professors staff- to study commercial law. Any particular information you'll bring me will be very useful to decide where to apply.
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chicken so...
All of the top schools in the country, from LSE to Edinburgh and KCL, etc. will offer some variation of an LLM in Commercial Law.

There's really no *best* choice among these schools. For me it would come down to location and which program most effectively meets my needs. Look at the LLM offerings that the top schools have and check out curriculum, faculty, etc. and go from there.
All of the top schools in the country, from LSE to Edinburgh and KCL, etc. will offer some variation of an LLM in Commercial Law.

There's really no *best* choice among these schools. For me it would come down to location and which program most effectively meets my needs. Look at the LLM offerings that the top schools have and check out curriculum, faculty, etc. and go from there.
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Ralex93
Thank you very much! You've been really helpful.
Thank you very much! You've been really helpful.
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Mombastic
All of the top schools in the country, from LSE to Edinburgh and KCL, etc. will offer some variation of an LLM in Commercial Law.

There's really no *best* choice among these schools. For me it would come down to location and which program most effectively meets my needs. Look at the LLM offerings that the top schools have and check out curriculum, faculty, etc. and go from there.


That's right - and you also have to bear in mind the financial circumstances and the Scholarships they offer etc. Basically, the courses you're being taught on commercial law are all the same more or less; commercial law is a very broad area so it depends what you want to study.

If you want something else more focused on corporate law, then there are some unis which offer LLMs on that topic specifically and a few combine law with finance to stimulate your knowledge into those areas. It also depends on what you wanna do post-uni... there are many factors you must consider.

The basics are: location, money, the curriculum offered etc.

[Edited by Mombastic on Jul 03, 2019]

[quote]All of the top schools in the country, from LSE to Edinburgh and KCL, etc. will offer some variation of an LLM in Commercial Law.

There's really no *best* choice among these schools. For me it would come down to location and which program most effectively meets my needs. Look at the LLM offerings that the top schools have and check out curriculum, faculty, etc. and go from there.[/quote]

That's right - and you also have to bear in mind the financial circumstances and the Scholarships they offer etc. Basically, the courses you're being taught on commercial law are all the same more or less; commercial law is a very broad area so it depends what you want to study.

If you want something else more focused on corporate law, then there are some unis which offer LLMs on that topic specifically and a few combine law with finance to stimulate your knowledge into those areas. It also depends on what you wanna do post-uni... there are many factors you must consider.

The basics are: location, money, the curriculum offered etc.
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