The Law course at the University of Leicester needs no introduction- it’s well-renowned across the UK and the world, and it is undoubtedly one of the best around. Lecturers are truly efficient! You’re going to taught lectures from the best academic teachers, who have successfully graduated from Oxbridge universities. I have to admit the course is tough, you have to work hard, but if you want to really succeed in your career and attend one of the best law courses it is necessary. In order to make you succeed in your course, the University gives you a personal tutor, who you can contact whenever you want to and arrange a one-hour meeting. Job prospects are outstanding, hands down amongst the best job prospects in the UK and in the world- you have optional careers-and-employability meetings and conferences every week. Next week the Judge of the Court of Appeal of England and Wales, Sir Nicholas Nigel Green (Lord Justice Green) holds a meeting at the University, he’s graduated from the uni
The teaching quality is quite inconsistent so I've had some amazing lecturers and some not so great ones. It also varies in terms of how much they are willing to help you out, so some are really helpful and some are more standoffish. We've covered the course content required for a QLD and actually the optional modules are quite varied and interesting. My personal tutor for the first two years was not great, but after a shakeup of that system, I have a much better one now. Lastly, the Law school boasts about job prospects for its students but fails to show actual representation of leicester students at top firms. Another issue is the push for students to go into the law field, and little support (though it has improved slightly) for those who want to pursue other avenues.