• Choosing a University for LawMaudie Powell-Tuck, Editor,

  • Choosing a University – Other Things to ConsiderBilly Sexton, Editor,

  • Does it matter which university you go to for law?Jack Medforth

    It is often assumed that employers in some industries prefer candidates from certain universities, or that some are ‘better’ for some courses. Is this the case for law? Here, we explore that complicated question.

    There are two factors to consider. Firstly, from the perspective of the individual: will some universities teach law to a better standard than others? And secondly, from the perspective of the employer: do they prefer candidates from some universities over others? Here, we will consider both points and try to determine if the university you attend makes a big difference to your legal journey.

  • Going to University: A Student's PerspectiveEmma Norman, Law Student, University of Leicester

  • How to work out your UCAS pointsJack Collins

  • Law University League TablesBilly Sexton, Editor,

  • Studying Law in London – What’s in it For You?Simon Cairns, Employability Consultant, Kaplan Holborn College

  • University ChecklistMaudie Powell-Tuck, All About Law

  • University Open DaysBilly Sexton, Editor,