I graduated this July from Middlesex University, with a 2:1 in Law LLB with International Human Rights. I'm not sure how strong my 2:1 is considering I only achived two 1st class in Criminal and Equity, with the rest being 2:1. I was hoping to apply for the LLM at UCL, LSE, Kings and Queen Mary. However I wanted to know how realistic my chances are? Does anybody know anyone who has a similar background to myself, who was accepted?
I have really good references in place, I've also been working at the Serious Fraud Office in their legal department. So its just my University background that I'm concerned about. I really am in need of some honesty as to whether I'm just setting myself up for automatic rejection.
Any honest opinions would be greatly appreciated!