Undergraduate and postgraduate Law programmes at UK universities will prepare you for a wide variety of different careers, and courses are designed to offer great flexibility, ensuring you can move into a number of different legal areas.
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Law is taught mostly via seminars, lectures and individual tutoring, while mock court rooms allow the students to practice in a practical arena.
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|1||University of Oxford||Oxford, England|
|2||University College London||London, England|
|3||University of Cambridge||Cambridge, England|
|4||London School of Economics||London, England|
|5||University of Glasgow||Glasgow, UK|
|6||King's College London||London, England|
|7||Durham University||Durham, England|
|8||Queen Mary, University of London||London, England|
|9||University of Leeds||Leeds, England|
|10||University of Cumbria||Carlisle, England|
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