Five of the best law schools attending the UK University Fair



Law is one of the most respected professions in the world, and studying an undergraduate or postgraduate degree at a UK law school will put you on the right path towards a successful career.

If you are interested in studying law, the UK University Fair on May 20th will be hosting 100 UK universities, including some of the very best law schools and departments in the country, at the Lancaster London Hotel! Register for free entry today and meet admissions officers face to face to discuss your future.

Best law schools in the UK

King’s College London

  • The Dickson Poon School of Law at King’s College London is one of the oldest law schools in the country and has one of the country’s most distinguished research and teaching reputations.
  • The School is international in scope and collaborative links with other prestigious law schools, think tanks and law firms across the world provide a wealth of opportunities that include exchanges and joint programmes for both academics and students
  • Courses to consider: Law LLB and Politics, Philosophy & Law LLB

Queen Mary, University of London

  • The School of Law at Queen Mary University of London was ranked 5th in the UK in the Guardian University Guide 2017 subject league tables
  • In 2016, the School of Law was voted 35th best university in the world to study law by QS World University Rankings by Subject
  • Courses to consider: Law LLB (Two year) or Law LLB (Three years)

Durham University

  • Durham Law School is in the QS World Rankings top 40 law schools and research was ranked 3rd best in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework
  • Durham Law alumni include some of law’s leading figures, such as current members of the UK Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, Members of Parliament, in the Government and senior positions in law and other industries
  • Courses to consider: Law LLM and LLM International Trade and Commercial Law

University of Aberdeen

  • The Aberdeen School of Law offers a wide variety of LLB degrees, plus an accelerated degree for graduates, while a varied Graduate programme is offered including taught Masters degrees, research degrees and the Diploma in Professional Legal Practice
  • In the Times University Guide 2015, the Aberdeen Law School was  ranked 12th in the UK and in the top 5 for graduate prospects
  • Courses to consider: Law LLB (Graduate entry) and Diploma in Professional Legal Practice

The University of Law

  • 97% of University of Law graduates are employed within nine months of graduation from the School
  • All tutors are qualified solicitors, barristers or judges, and all have extensive practical experience which they are able to pass onto students
  • Courses to consider: LLB (Hons) Law and LLB Law (Online)

Apply to study in the UK

If you want to learn more about the above UK universities and study law in the UK, register for free entry to the UK University Fair today!

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