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Minett

Hello!
I am trying to make kinda firm decision.
Which university would be the best for International Economic Law student in your opinion?

Hello!
I am trying to make kinda firm decision.
Which university would be the best for International Economic Law student in your opinion?
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jwpetterch...

As a University of London alum, I’d say Queen Mary. I mooted with people there and it’s solid. Durham is pretentious and in the grim North. Glasgow is good, too, but the job networking opportunities will be slimmer.

As a University of London alum, I’d say Queen Mary. I mooted with people there and it’s solid. Durham is pretentious and in the grim North. Glasgow is good, too, but the job networking opportunities will be slimmer.
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Minett

As a University of London alum, I’d say Queen Mary. I mooted with people there and it’s solid. Durham is pretentious and in the grim North. Glasgow is good, too, but the job networking opportunities will be slimmer.


Thank you for your replying! Queen Mary would have better job networking in London and also in the UK!! I’m considering to get a job outside of the UK. Do you think being in London would be prestigious? I am an international student, so just asking for your opinion :-)

[quote]As a University of London alum, I’d say Queen Mary. I mooted with people there and it’s solid. Durham is pretentious and in the grim North. Glasgow is good, too, but the job networking opportunities will be slimmer.[/quote]

Thank you for your replying! Queen Mary would have better job networking in London and also in the UK!! I’m considering to get a job outside of the UK. Do you think being in London would be prestigious? I am an international student, so just asking for your opinion :-)
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FVQ.LLM

As a University of London alum, I’d say Queen Mary. I mooted with people there and it’s solid. Durham is pretentious and in the grim North. Glasgow is good, too, but the job networking opportunities will be slimmer.


Thank you for your replying! Queen Mary would have better job networking in London and also in the UK!! I’m considering to get a job outside of the UK. Do you think being in London would be prestigious? I am an international student, so just asking for your opinion :-)


I think Glasgow is the best, but that's for me. All the universities that you mention are very good, so finally it is up to you which university is the best for you considering your goals and perspective.

[quote][quote]As a University of London alum, I’d say Queen Mary. I mooted with people there and it’s solid. Durham is pretentious and in the grim North. Glasgow is good, too, but the job networking opportunities will be slimmer.[/quote]

Thank you for your replying! Queen Mary would have better job networking in London and also in the UK!! I’m considering to get a job outside of the UK. Do you think being in London would be prestigious? I am an international student, so just asking for your opinion :-)[/quote]

I think Glasgow is the best, but that's for me. All the universities that you mention are very good, so finally it is up to you which university is the best for you considering your goals and perspective.
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llm_usa

Having lived long enough in the UK and worked in various law firms, I would strongly advise you to take Bristol or Durham. These are some of the best law schools in the country and offer a first class legal education. Ranking wise, they are right up there and are very prestigious in and outside of the UK! The others are just OK! Not bad but in light of these choices, def Durham or Bristol, though as a Durham graduate, I am inclined to say Durham.

[Edited by llm_usa on Dec 17, 2019]

Having lived long enough in the UK and worked in various law firms, I would strongly advise you to take Bristol or Durham. These are some of the best law schools in the country and offer a first class legal education. Ranking wise, they are right up there and are very prestigious in and outside of the UK! The others are just OK! Not bad but in light of these choices, def Durham or Bristol, though as a Durham graduate, I am inclined to say Durham.
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