The Guardian has published its annual university guide, which ranks UK-based schools by subject.
In the law school ranking, the top school this year is Cambridge, which jumped three spots from last year. Oxford is ranked in position number two, holding steady from last year; Oxford is followed by Queen Mary, which rose three places from last year.
The top five is rounded out by UCL and the London School of Economics.
Durham, Nottingham, York, and King's College London are next, and are followed by SOAS, which rose a whopping 20 spots to just edge into the top ten.
For its university guide, the Guardian ranks the schools based on a variety of metrics, including student satisfaction, student to staff ratio, and the percentage of graduates who find graduate-level jobs within six months of graduation.
You can learn more about the top twenty law schools by following the links below. For more about the university guide, please see the Guardian's 2015 league table for law.