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The top five UK law schools

Are you interested in a law degree? Are you looking for the best UK law school? In that case, you should know all the best options for your law education. Read the following article and find out all the interesting facts that you should know about the top five UK law schools.

Law schools in London

London School of Economics (LSE) law school The LSE Department of Law was founded over than a century ago. LSE law courses includes LLBs and LLMs as well as MPhil and PhD programmes. LSE research covers a wide range of subjects, including Arbitration and Dispute Resolution, Biotechnology, Comparative law, Competition law, Contract, Restitution and Commercial law, Corporate, Insolvency and Financial law, Crime and Criminal Justice etc.
The King’s College London law school The King’s College London School of Law has a tradition of almost two hundred years and is located close to the best London law firms. King’s School of Law is globally renowned as a research-led Law School and offers its students the possibility to study law and conduct research in a vast variety of subjects.

Law schools in UK

Cambridge law school Probably, it is the best and definitely the oldest UK law school, since law has been studied at Cambridge law school since the thirteenth century, when Civil Law (the law of ancient Roman) and Canon Law (the law of the church) were taught. Nowadays, the Cambridge Faculty of Law consists of the Institute of Criminology, The Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, The Centre for European Legal Studies (CELS), the Centre for Corporate and Commercial Law (3CL), the Centre for Public Law, the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law, the Centre for Business Research, the Centre for Tax Law etc.
Oxford law school The Faculty of Law of the University of Oxford has an over eight hundred years heritage in teaching law. Oxford’s School of Law consists of the Centre for Competition Law and Policy, the Centre for Criminology, the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, the Institute of European and Comparative Law, the Oxford Finance network, the Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict, the Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre, the Oxford Transitional Justice Research, the Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy and the Taxation Law programme.
The University of Leicester law school
The University of Leicester School of Law has a widely respected research department and has two clusters constituted as centres, the Centre for European Law and Integration (CELI) and the Centre for Consumers and Essential Services (CCES).

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