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University of Leicester

UCAS points

136 - 160

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40th

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28th

University of Sussex

UCAS points

128 - 153

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41st

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43rd

Queen Mary University of London

UCAS points

144 - 152

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41st

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10th

Ulster University

UCAS points

120 - 136

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44th

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30th

Nottingham Trent University

UCAS points

120 - 128

University League Table

45th

Law League Table

69th

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Business Law LLB (Hons)

128 - 128 UCAS points

International Law LLB (Hons)

128 - 128 UCAS points

Law LLB (Hons)

128 - 128 UCAS points

Law LLB (Hons)

128 - 128 UCAS points

Law Senior Status LLB (Hons)

UCAS points not available

University of Lincoln

UCAS points

112

University League Table

46th

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46th

Aston University, Birmingham

UCAS points

112 - 120

University League Table

47th

Law League Table

32nd

SOAS University of London

UCAS points

135 - 168

University League Table

48th

Law League Table

41st

Northumbria University, Newcastle

UCAS points

80 - 128

University League Table

49th

Law League Table

42nd

University of Kent

UCAS points

136 - 144

University League Table

50th

Law League Table

29th

Studying LLB Bachelor of Laws

Search through undergraduate Law degree courses to see what’s available from UK universities. Each page should give you an insight into what the course might be like, along with information on entry requirements, UCAS points and university league table performance.Law courses include LLB (Bachelor of Laws), which focuses on the study of Law. BA and BSc Law first-degree options give you more flexibility, where you can study areas outside of the subject that interest you. Common course combinations include with the humanities, social sciences or law from a foreign country. Several degrees have the opportunity to study for a year at an overseas university.