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Studying law in UK.

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  • Preferred study destination: United Kingdom
Please tell me that how is it beneficial to do law from UK, are there some problems in it as the legal codes differ.

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Hi, You have not indicated about what level of course you wanted to pursue, UG or PG. But nevertheless, I will give the link of a good law School in UK, University of Lincoln and check the weblink for some information about Law in UK. http://www.lincoln.ac.uk/law/. 

Law is very popular in UK and I am sure you must be aware that Mahatma Gandhiji studied Law in the UK and practised in UK for a while. 

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Hi, you have chosen United Kingdom for your Law but then you have not mention whether its Master's or Bachelor's program. When you talk about the legal codes, most of the legallity are similar with UK and India since we are following the rule which was made by Britisher. So, you will not find differences. You have very good Universities in UK say about, BPP University, Leeds Metropolitan University, Bournemouth University, University of West Minister, Robert Gordon University, University of Sussex, University of Derby, University of Northampton, etc... Hi, you have chosen United Kingdom for your Law but then you have not mentioned whether it’s Master's or Bachelor's program. When you talk about the legal codes, most of the legality are similar with UK and India since we are following the rule which was made by British. So, you will not find differences. You have very good Universities in UK say about, BPP University, Leeds Metropolitan University, Bournemouth University, University of West Minister, Robert Gordon University, University of Sussex, University of Derby, University of Northampton, etc...

After completion of your master you can go for LPC course: Link of Authorised University where you can join the LPC - http://www.sra.org.uk/students/courses/lpc-course-providers.page , Solicitors Regulatory Authority - http://www.sra.org.uk/solicitors/solicitors.page

University List for LPC Course

University of Sheffiled -
Tuition fees : £11,530

Manchester Metropolitan University -

Tuition Fees : £10,440 - £1000 (Scholarship) - £10% discount on loyalty = £9440

Solicitors Regulation Authority fees - £110

City University London -
Tuition Fees : £12,250

London Metropolitan University -
Tuition Fees : £8,750

Cardiff University -
Tuition Fess : £9950

SRA - £80

University of Westminister
Tuition Fees : £9450

Best Wishes...
 

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