Good University Guide Ranking


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Good University Guide has published new law ranking.
Cambridge is in top as usual. The notable aspect is the ranking of Scottish law schools- Aberdeen is 6th, followed by Dundee (8th), Strathclyde (10th).
Nottingham is remarkably in 4th position.
See full list in following link:

http://www.thegooduniversityguide.org.uk/single.htm?ipg=6643

Good University Guide has published new law ranking.
Cambridge is in top as usual. The notable aspect is the ranking of Scottish law schools- Aberdeen is 6th, followed by Dundee (8th), Strathclyde (10th).
Nottingham is remarkably in 4th position.
See full list in following link:

http://www.thegooduniversityguide.org.uk/single.htm?ipg=6643
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smpaine1

Interesting that Nottingham has moved from 8th to 4th - this is one of the Law Schools that I've applied to for next year. Another is Bristol, which has moved from 15th to 12th so good news all round.

The big losers seem to be Manchester (12th to 19th), Leeds (11th to 23rd) and Queen's Belfast (19th to 26th)

Interesting that Nottingham has moved from 8th to 4th - this is one of the Law Schools that I've applied to for next year. Another is Bristol, which has moved from 15th to 12th so good news all round.

The big losers seem to be Manchester (12th to 19th), Leeds (11th to 23rd) and Queen's Belfast (19th to 26th)
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Beshem

Firstly it is vital to ascertain which subjects you are planning to study, or rather, in which area you would like to specialised.

I was not suprised when I saw the University of Nottingham placed in the 4th place.

Firstly, if you are planning to study Maritime Law (especially commercial aspects), I strongly recommend Nottingham as it is placed at top two by most people. Professors Howard Bennett and Sarah Dromgoole are leading experts in this area.

Secondly, if you are interested in Conflict of Laws (or Private International Law, in Civil law terms), you have a very good reason to go to Nottingham: Professor James J. Fawcett, who is a pre eminent academic in this area, together with Adrian Briggs from Oxford and Trevor Hartley from LSE.

Thirdly, the School has the best Public Procurement Law course in the world (The G. Washington University is also very good in this area). The public procurement research group directed by Professor Sue Arrowsmith attracts the practioners and academics from all around the world.

Fourthly, Human Rights Center is also another excellent research group at this School. I think, merely Essex can compete with it in this area.

Firstly it is vital to ascertain which subjects you are planning to study, or rather, in which area you would like to specialised.

I was not suprised when I saw the University of Nottingham placed in the 4th place.

Firstly, if you are planning to study Maritime Law (especially commercial aspects), I strongly recommend Nottingham as it is placed at top two by most people. Professors Howard Bennett and Sarah Dromgoole are leading experts in this area.

Secondly, if you are interested in Conflict of Laws (or Private International Law, in Civil law terms), you have a very good reason to go to Nottingham: Professor James J. Fawcett, who is a pre eminent academic in this area, together with Adrian Briggs from Oxford and Trevor Hartley from LSE.

Thirdly, the School has the best Public Procurement Law course in the world (The G. Washington University is also very good in this area). The public procurement research group directed by Professor Sue Arrowsmith attracts the practioners and academics from all around the world.

Fourthly, Human Rights Center is also another excellent research group at this School. I think, merely Essex can compete with it in this area.
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