Most degrees will run a mix of digital and in-person teaching, though the exact balance will depend on your School’s arrangements.Large group teaching is the most likely type to be delivered digitally.
The support, not just within the law department, but University-wide, is shocking. The role of personal tutor is a facade, these are just overworked academics who do not have the time or patience to deal with students. Any academic queries you have go unanswered. Grading is arbitrary.
world class tutors with outstanding experiences.easy method of teaching,syllabus is always updated and practical approach of studying makes UK different from all other worlds.one of the worlds highest collection of books library and all the staffs are very helpfull and resposive to all quiries.
Scots law is a bit antiquainted with an emphasis on case law memorisation instead of analysis and knowledge. The teaching staff had far too many PhD. student teaching courses or tutorials for the tuition fees. The renovation of Old College is very well done and provides comfortable learning and social spaces with a historic building
A joint law degree makes me 3 times more employable. More over, Edinburgh is one of Scotland's top law schools and has a beautiful law building too!
The teaching staff are truly experts in their field so you know you are being taught by the best. My personal tutor is always there whenever I need her and always goes the extra mile as my degree is not all too common.
Course content is so varied! With law, you obviously have set subjects but electives allow you to choose something different too.