Many changes on annual list of top-10 UK law schools

Oxford remained at the top of the Guardian's annual list of top UK law programs, but there was plenty of movement this year in the "top ten."

Cambridge replaced the School of Oriental and African Studies at number two. Meanwhile, Edinburgh, Warwick, Birmingham, Hull, Aberdeen, and University College London all moved into the top ten this year.

The top 10 list of UK law schools for 2006 can be viewed on the Guardian Unlimited website. For comparison, the Guardian's 2005 list can be viewed here.

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