My university is great, but I do not feel that any university course is worth £9000 a year. I wish I had never gone and simply stuck it out on my own, as I don't feel any more advantaged with the prospects of a degree.
the course is ridiculously unstructured and covers very little topics. The information isn't something you'd be able to bring to the table as a real lawyer, and they do little to prepare you for the world of work beyond university - just getting you to regurgitate information in pathetic assignments that you receive low quality feedback on with no clear direction as to how to improve. They needn't bother anyway because the terrible reputation this university has earned means you're less than likely to get a job anyway.