UK Law School rankings 2017


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http://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/league-tables/rankings?s=Law

Top 10 ranking:

1 Cambridge
2 Oxford
3 University College London
4 London School of Economics
5 King's College London
6 Glasgow
7 Durham
8 Edinburgh
9 Bristol
10 Nottingham

Biggest dip is Queen Mary now on number 26 and it was 14.
http://www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk/league-tables/rankings?s=Law

Top 10 ranking:

1 Cambridge
2 Oxford
3 University College London
4 London School of Economics
5 King's College London
6 Glasgow
7 Durham
8 Edinburgh
9 Bristol
10 Nottingham

Biggest dip is Queen Mary now on number 26 and it was 14.
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RDX1991
About QMUL, is the dip a significant negative? I'm planning to go for the LLM programme this year and wondering if its a good place to go.
About QMUL, is the dip a significant negative? I'm planning to go for the LLM programme this year and wondering if its a good place to go.
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Hi to all, I have the same query above. I have already an offer to study at QMUL the LLM program in Energy. How is that institution? To the best of my knowledge, it is a great University.
In this sense, I am thinking to apply to Dundee and Aberdeen, which both have a strong area in the energy law. Therefore, it is better go to QMUL or those Sctotland universities if you want study an Energy program?
Hi to all, I have the same query above. I have already an offer to study at QMUL the LLM program in Energy. How is that institution? To the best of my knowledge, it is a great University.
In this sense, I am thinking to apply to Dundee and Aberdeen, which both have a strong area in the energy law. Therefore, it is better go to QMUL or those Sctotland universities if you want study an Energy program?
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grumpyJD
Hi to all, I have the same query above. I have already an offer to study at QMUL the LLM program in Energy. How is that institution? To the best of my knowledge, it is a great University.
In this sense, I am thinking to apply to Dundee and Aberdeen, which both have a strong area in the energy law. Therefore, it is better go to QMUL or those Sctotland universities if you want study an Energy program?

Have you been to Aberdeen or Dundee? I could tolerate living in Aberdeen for a year but Dundee....no way. More to the point, I don't think the reputation of any institution depends on its ranking in any particular year. Reputations are built over time and QMUL is a solid institution.
[quote]Hi to all, I have the same query above. I have already an offer to study at QMUL the LLM program in Energy. How is that institution? To the best of my knowledge, it is a great University.
In this sense, I am thinking to apply to Dundee and Aberdeen, which both have a strong area in the energy law. Therefore, it is better go to QMUL or those Sctotland universities if you want study an Energy program?[/quote]
Have you been to Aberdeen or Dundee? I could tolerate living in Aberdeen for a year but Dundee....no way. More to the point, I don't think the reputation of any institution depends on its ranking in any particular year. Reputations are built over time and QMUL is a solid institution.
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Golden436
About QMUL, is the dip a significant negative? I'm planning to go for the LLM programme this year and wondering if its a good place to go.


Rankings vary year to year. I would rely on a school's longstanding reputation and the opportunities afforded its graduates to determine whether it is worth the investment.

[Edited by Golden436 on Feb 07, 2017]

[quote]About QMUL, is the dip a significant negative? I'm planning to go for the LLM programme this year and wondering if its a good place to go.[/quote]

Rankings vary year to year. I would rely on a school's longstanding reputation and the opportunities afforded its graduates to determine whether it is worth the investment.
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ItalianLaw
Queen Mary LL.M. is offered by CCLS (Center for Commercial Law Studies). More energies are spent at CCLS. Also, more opportunities for post-graduates compared to undergrads. Also different professors!

Do not consider this ranking. QMUL CCLS is a different story. Go for it! Also, it has a variety of module choice that every uni would have.
Queen Mary LL.M. is offered by CCLS (Center for Commercial Law Studies). More energies are spent at CCLS. Also, more opportunities for post-graduates compared to undergrads. Also different professors!

Do not consider this ranking. QMUL CCLS is a different story. Go for it! Also, it has a variety of module choice that every uni would have.
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Hi to all, I have the same query above. I have already an offer to study at QMUL the LLM program in Energy. How is that institution? To the best of my knowledge, it is a great University.
In this sense, I am thinking to apply to Dundee and Aberdeen, which both have a strong area in the energy law. Therefore, it is better go to QMUL or those Sctotland universities if you want study an Energy program?

Have you been to Aberdeen or Dundee? I could tolerate living in Aberdeen for a year but Dundee....no way. More to the point, I don't think the reputation of any institution depends on its ranking in any particular year. Reputations are built over time and QMUL is a solid institution.


Thanks for your response. Sadly, I have never been neither Dundee nor Aberdeen. Notwithstanding those cities haven´t the vibration of London, I rather choose a LLM bearing in mind the learning and the subjects, instead whether the city es amusing or not. regarding the foregoing, between Dundee, Aberdeen and QMUL, which are the best in energy Law? How are considered those universities in the UK?
Beforehand, many thanks !
[quote][quote]Hi to all, I have the same query above. I have already an offer to study at QMUL the LLM program in Energy. How is that institution? To the best of my knowledge, it is a great University.
In this sense, I am thinking to apply to Dundee and Aberdeen, which both have a strong area in the energy law. Therefore, it is better go to QMUL or those Sctotland universities if you want study an Energy program?[/quote]
Have you been to Aberdeen or Dundee? I could tolerate living in Aberdeen for a year but Dundee....no way. More to the point, I don't think the reputation of any institution depends on its ranking in any particular year. Reputations are built over time and QMUL is a solid institution.[/quote]

Thanks for your response. Sadly, I have never been neither Dundee nor Aberdeen. Notwithstanding those cities haven´t the vibration of London, I rather choose a LLM bearing in mind the learning and the subjects, instead whether the city es amusing or not. regarding the foregoing, between Dundee, Aberdeen and QMUL, which are the best in energy Law? How are considered those universities in the UK?
Beforehand, many thanks !
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Hello everyone! I accepted an offer in the "International Trade and Commercial Law" LLM in Durham! Have you been pleased with the programme so far?
I am in a huge dilemma. I have to finally choose between Durham and Erasmus Rotterdam University (Netherlands), where I accepted an offer in the "Commercial and Company Law" LLM. What's your opinion? They are two completely different options but I am literally stuck inbetween. Please help me if you know anything! Thanks so much in advance!
Hello everyone! I accepted an offer in the "International Trade and Commercial Law" LLM in Durham! Have you been pleased with the programme so far?
I am in a huge dilemma. I have to finally choose between Durham and Erasmus Rotterdam University (Netherlands), where I accepted an offer in the "Commercial and Company Law" LLM. What's your opinion? They are two completely different options but I am literally stuck inbetween. Please help me if you know anything! Thanks so much in advance!
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M.bilal
I am LLB (Juris-D) first year student. Actually I want to study in UK because I want to be a Barrister , howsoever , when I visited to your website I am very scarred when I knew that my homeland university degree is not valuable to be barrister and I do not want to vest my time.
What can I do please give suggestion , Am I continue my law degree but actually I want to be a barrister ?
Please give me any suggestion ?

[Edited by M.bilal on Jun 21, 2017]

I am LLB (Juris-D) first year student. Actually I want to study in UK because I want to be a Barrister , howsoever , when I visited to your website I am very scarred when I knew that my homeland university degree is not valuable to be barrister and I do not want to vest my time.
What can I do please give suggestion , Am I continue my law degree but actually I want to be a barrister ?
Please give me any suggestion ?
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Eppendorf
I am LLB (Juris-D) first year student. Actually I want to study in UK because I want to be a Barrister , howsoever , when I visited to your website I am very scarred when I knew that my homeland university degree is not valuable to be barrister and I do not want to vest my time.
What can I do please give suggestion , Am I continue my law degree but actually I want to be a barrister ?
Please give me any suggestion ?


Here's to you my friend: work on your grammar first, then work on your LLB.
[quote]I am LLB (Juris-D) first year student. Actually I want to study in UK because I want to be a Barrister , howsoever , when I visited to your website I am very scarred when I knew that my homeland university degree is not valuable to be barrister and I do not want to vest my time.
What can I do please give suggestion , Am I continue my law degree but actually I want to be a barrister ?
Please give me any suggestion ?[/quote]

Here's to you my friend: work on your grammar first, then work on your LLB.
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