UCL, LSE OR BRISTOL FOR BANKING LAW?


bullarte

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Ralph Wigg...

I would say LSE.

I would say LSE.
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Ralph Wigg...

At least not Bristol.

At least not Bristol.
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P_Martini

UCL or LSE.

UCL or LSE.
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nok

For banking and Finance Law, I would say KCL as a first choice, after that LSE and UCL as a last option (between the 3)

For banking and Finance Law, I would say KCL as a first choice, after that LSE and UCL as a last option (between the 3)
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Interalia

I would choose KCL too because two of the co-authors of Ellinger's Banking Law teach there.

I would choose KCL too because two of the co-authors of Ellinger's Banking Law teach there.
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banker3

I agree with Interalia. Although you can find excellent teachers at UCL and LSE for banking Law and Finance law modules, KCL has some of the flag bearers in the field:
Prof. Richard Holley and Prof. Eva Lomnicka (co-authors of Ellinger's Banking Law), Professor Ravi Tennekoon (International Finance), Professor Jan Dalhuisen and Dr Tunde Ogowewo (M&A and corporate finance)

I agree with Interalia. Although you can find excellent teachers at UCL and LSE for banking Law and Finance law modules, KCL has some of the flag bearers in the field:
Prof. Richard Holley and Prof. Eva Lomnicka (co-authors of Ellinger's Banking Law), Professor Ravi Tennekoon (International Finance), Professor Jan Dalhuisen and Dr Tunde Ogowewo (M&A and corporate finance)
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