Oxford, LSE, Cambridge, and UCL top the law league table

The UK newspaper, The Guardian, has published its annual ranking of British universities in a variety of subjects. For law, the top-10 UK universities include Oxford, LSE, Cambridge, UCL, York, Queen Mary, Durham, Warwick, King's (KCL), and Dundee.

For complete coverage, please visit the Guardian law league table.

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