Oxbridge take top places in Guardian university rankings for law, while QMU is placed third

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  • Let's be honest. Who is turning LSE down for QMUL? I can't imagine many are.

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  • Maybe not yet, but what matters is that QMUL is building up the much needed reputation to go with the excellent quality of teaching and research. It's a university on the rise and it is doing all the right things to successfully compete with the traditional powerhouses. QMUL is arguably already overtaking KCL, so who knows, a few years down the line, maybe people will be turning down LSE.

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  • And who is turning down Bristol for UWE?!

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  • @Steve-None.

    @Joe--Likely doubtful. I don't think there's been the recruitment uptick at law firms that has reflected the rise in (Guardian) rankings . I think this is because the QMUL employment numbers are misleading and most likely pinned to high numbers going into a further degree (non-LPC). This survey just doesn't show QMUL competing at the LSE/UCL or even KCL level : http://www.chambersstudent.co.uk/Articles/Newsletter/1147

    This is not to say that QMUL is a bad university at all. They are particularly strong in certain areas. But I think the survey above just reinforces the difficulty to break traditional law firm recruiting targets.

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