Cambridge and Oxford take the first and second positions on both lists

Two UK daily newspapers, The Guardian and The Times, have now released their "2010" rankings of UK universities.

Cambridge and Oxford took the first and second positions (respectively) on both rankings of in the "Law" category. Other schools that appeared in the Top-10 of both lists were LSE, UCL, King's, Queen Mary, and Birmingham.

For complete coverage, please see the Times Good University Guide 2010 (here) and the Guardian's University Guide 2010 (here). For more information about the schools mentioned above and in the top-10 rankings, please follow the links below.

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