fall of ranking durham and aberdeen


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Hey there is a great fall in law school ranking of Durham and Aberdeen and a good rise in manchester, can anyone help

Hey there is a great fall in law school ranking of Durham and Aberdeen and a good rise in manchester, can anyone help
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The joy of rankings!

The joy of rankings!
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.............i kind of lost, i have been offered a place by MU for LLM, but still waiting for Durham, i guess is time for me to do research for both university, yet i am still falling to Durham even so....

.............i kind of lost, i have been offered a place by MU for LLM, but still waiting for Durham, i guess is time for me to do research for both university, yet i am still falling to Durham even so....
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Hey, i think i will still wait for the letter from Durham uni. Even if there is a fall of ranking for LLM law, but still i found it an excellent university. Also i prefer the environment which Durham uni provides to her students.

Hey, i think i will still wait for the letter from Durham uni. Even if there is a fall of ranking for LLM law, but still i found it an excellent university. Also i prefer the environment which Durham uni provides to her students.
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dralanrile...

Dear Vermillion,
Are you sure the ranking is for the LLM? As far as I am aware the only rankings that exist are rankings for undergraduate degrees-one published by The Guardian and one published by The Times.

Can you provide a link to this LLM rankings list?

I should also emphasise to be careful with ranking lists, The Times and Guardian sharply differ as to which law school is where in the rankings.

For any LLM choice the most important issues I would argue are the range of courses, the quality and reputation of the professors and the leads given by the programme into private practice.

ALAN RILEY

Professor Alan Riley
Director LLM Programme
City Law School,
City University, London.
Electronic Mail: alan.riley.1@city.ac.uk

Dear Vermillion,
Are you sure the ranking is for the LLM? As far as I am aware the only rankings that exist are rankings for undergraduate degrees-one published by The Guardian and one published by The Times.

Can you provide a link to this LLM rankings list?

I should also emphasise to be careful with ranking lists, The Times and Guardian sharply differ as to which law school is where in the rankings.

For any LLM choice the most important issues I would argue are the range of courses, the quality and reputation of the professors and the leads given by the programme into private practice.

ALAN RILEY

Professor Alan Riley
Director LLM Programme
City Law School,
City University, London.
Electronic Mail: alan.riley.1@city.ac.uk
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