Best Universities for Law
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- Hybrid open days on 7th & 8th Jul.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- They are planning to provide as much in-person teaching as they possibly can. They expect to offer as normal the small-group teaching that is at the heart of the Cambridge experience: supervisions, practicals and seminars.
5 Law reviews at University of Cambridge
Law, BA HonsBy member1342183 On 14th September 19
An incredible course taught by world leading experts. Faultless!
Law, BA HonsBy member1231788 On 29th May 18
You have lectures throughout the week plus supervisions for each subject, consisting of 3-4 people. It's the supervisions that you're doing the work for - you'll have a reading list for each one plus essays usually every other supervision (I usually had 2 essays per week, although it varied). The supervisors and lecturers are, on the whole, very knowledgable. In comparison to other unis you tend to go into more detail about the development of the law, not just what it is now, and how it might develop in the future etc. I didn't get as much out of it as I could of because I prioritised extra-curriculars etc. too much but overall very glad that I studied it. With regards to careers prospects I secured a City training contract just after my second year.
Law, BA HonsBy member1068403 On 21st April 22
I’m still hearing that Cambridge Law Faculty is caught up in the 1940s, but there are some very smart and very good teachers here. And there can be no substitute from being taught by the guys who wrote the standard text - gives a lovely feeling of privilege.
Law, BA HonsBy member1259790 On 9th June 21
Great stepping stone for career
Law, BA HonsBy member944304 On 7th December 19
Studying law is an extremely rigorous course but leaves plenty of choice for you to develop in areas you are interested in and there are of course great job prospects.