The best UK universities to study law

LLB is the degree to have

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A degree in law can set you up for a career in a lot of things. There are plenty of reasons to study law at university. The degree will combine both theory with practice, and leave you very respected by future employees. But law is a popular subject, so it can be confusing to know where to go. This league table shows the best universities to study law.

Whilst some argue the degree isn't as hard as it's made out to be, others will say it's the hardest degree out there. There's no argument that it makes you very employable though.

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Here are the top 10 universities, according to the Complete University Guide.

1. Cambridge

Entry requirements: A*AA

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2. Glasgow

Entry requirements: AAA

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3. Oxford

Entry requirements: AAA

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You could be an Oxbridge grad

4. LSE

Entry requirements: A*AA

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5. Aberdeen

Entry requirements: ABB

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6. UCL

Entry requirements: A*AA

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7. Durham

Entry requirements: A*AA

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8. Dundee

Entry requirements: ABB

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9. King's London

Entry requirements: A*AA

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10. Edinburgh

Entry requirements: ABB

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