Manchester or Glasgow


coralan

I have recently received offers from Manchester and Glasgow both in general LLM. Which one is better in academic aspect? Is it the law studied in Scotland a little different from that of England? And which city is better to live in? Please give me some advice!

I have recently received offers from Manchester and Glasgow both in general LLM. Which one is better in academic aspect? Is it the law studied in Scotland a little different from that of England? And which city is better to live in? Please give me some advice!
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law01

I have recently received offers from Manchester and Glasgow both in general LLM. Which one is better in academic aspect? Is it the law studied in Scotland a little different from that of England? And which city is better to live in? Please give me some advice!


1) Where are you from? Do you intend to practice in the UK?
2) What is your legal area of interest?

<blockquote>I have recently received offers from Manchester and Glasgow both in general LLM. Which one is better in academic aspect? Is it the law studied in Scotland a little different from that of England? And which city is better to live in? Please give me some advice!</blockquote>

1) Where are you from? Do you intend to practice in the UK?
2) What is your legal area of interest?
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coralan

I have recently received offers from Manchester and Glasgow both in general LLM. Which one is better in academic aspect? Is it the law studied in Scotland a little different from that of England? And which city is better to live in? Please give me some advice!


1) Where are you from? Do you intend to practice in the UK?
2) What is your legal area of interest?


I'm from China and I have no plan to practice in Britain. I am interested in intellectual property law and commercial law.

<blockquote><blockquote>I have recently received offers from Manchester and Glasgow both in general LLM. Which one is better in academic aspect? Is it the law studied in Scotland a little different from that of England? And which city is better to live in? Please give me some advice!</blockquote>

1) Where are you from? Do you intend to practice in the UK?
2) What is your legal area of interest?</blockquote>

I'm from China and I have no plan to practice in Britain. I am interested in intellectual property law and commercial law.
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law01

I have recently received offers from Manchester and Glasgow both in general LLM. Which one is better in academic aspect? Is it the law studied in Scotland a little different from that of England? And which city is better to live in? Please give me some advice!


1) Where are you from? Do you intend to practice in the UK?
2) What is your legal area of interest?


I'm from China and I have no plan to practice in Britain. I am interested in intellectual property law and commercial law.


I would definately say manchester! have you applied anywhere else?

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>I have recently received offers from Manchester and Glasgow both in general LLM. Which one is better in academic aspect? Is it the law studied in Scotland a little different from that of England? And which city is better to live in? Please give me some advice!</blockquote>

1) Where are you from? Do you intend to practice in the UK?
2) What is your legal area of interest?</blockquote>

I'm from China and I have no plan to practice in Britain. I am interested in intellectual property law and commercial law. </blockquote>

I would definately say manchester! have you applied anywhere else?
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coralan

I have recently received offers from Manchester and Glasgow both in general LLM. Which one is better in academic aspect? Is it the law studied in Scotland a little different from that of England? And which city is better to live in? Please give me some advice!


1) Where are you from? Do you intend to practice in the UK?
2) What is your legal area of interest?


I'm from China and I have no plan to practice in Britain. I am interested in intellectual property law and commercial law.


I would definately say manchester! have you applied anywhere else?


Yeah,I also have offers from Reading,Newcastle and Kent.But I'm still waiting for Durham and LSE which are much better than the school above...Wish me luck!>

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>I have recently received offers from Manchester and Glasgow both in general LLM. Which one is better in academic aspect? Is it the law studied in Scotland a little different from that of England? And which city is better to live in? Please give me some advice!</blockquote>

1) Where are you from? Do you intend to practice in the UK?
2) What is your legal area of interest?</blockquote>

I'm from China and I have no plan to practice in Britain. I am interested in intellectual property law and commercial law. </blockquote>

I would definately say manchester! have you applied anywhere else?</blockquote>

Yeah,I also have offers from Reading,Newcastle and Kent.But I'm still waiting for Durham and LSE which are much better than the school above...Wish me luck!>
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You might also want to consider Strathclyde which has specialised courses in IP and IT law as well as competition, WTO and human rights law - and has just signed six memoranda of agreement with leading Chinese law schools including Fudan and Beijing.

You might also want to consider Strathclyde which has specialised courses in IP and IT law as well as competition, WTO and human rights law - and has just signed six memoranda of agreement with leading Chinese law schools including Fudan and Beijing.
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The University of Glasgow School of Law is rated as the top School in Scotland and 7th in the UK according to The Times Table 2014.

Glasgow has an LLM in Intellectual Property and the Digital Economy, which offers those on the programme the opportunity to apply for a summer internship at firms that specialise in intellectual property matters - Burness Paull & Williamsons, a top tier Scottish commercial law firm with extensive expertise in IP, IT and Information Law; and Cloch Solicitors, a boutique Scottish IP law firm.

Also, an £8M Research Centre on Copyright and New Business Models in the Creative Economy was launched in January 2013 based at Glasgow. In addition to funding over 40 research projects throughout the UK, the Centre is fully funding five new PhD students; and more Scholarships will follow! You will find more details about the work of the centre here: www.create.ac.uk.

The University of Glasgow School of Law is rated as the top School in Scotland and 7th in the UK according to The Times Table 2014.

Glasgow has an LLM in Intellectual Property and the Digital Economy, which offers those on the programme the opportunity to apply for a summer internship at firms that specialise in intellectual property matters - Burness Paull & Williamsons, a top tier Scottish commercial law firm with extensive expertise in IP, IT and Information Law; and Cloch Solicitors, a boutique Scottish IP law firm.

Also, an £8M Research Centre on Copyright and New Business Models in the Creative Economy was launched in January 2013 based at Glasgow. In addition to funding over 40 research projects throughout the UK, the Centre is fully funding five new PhD students; and more Scholarships will follow! You will find more details about the work of the centre here: www.create.ac.uk.
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Glasgow any given day.Awesome faculty and great campus does it for me.Into my second semester and relishing every day here.

Glasgow any given day.Awesome faculty and great campus does it for me.Into my second semester and relishing every day here.
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