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Need help navigating the various options for studying law? Learn about your options with our study law guides, including undergraduate and postgraduate law, converting to law and Solicitor and Barrister training.
Understand Law Study Options
If you're an aspiring lawyer and want tailored advice on applying to university, navigating different pathways into law, or anything else law-related - we can help!
Confused by the various options for studying law? Learn about the different types of degrees and courses.
Take a closer look at undergraduate law degrees, find out more about Oxbridge law and get tips and advice for applying.
Get an overview of everything that goes into a UCAS law application, including your Personal Statement, the LNAT test and the Oxbridge application process.
What is a qualifying law degree and why should you consider the LLB? Find out in this guide.
Perhaps a BA in Law is a better study option for you. Make sure you understand this type of degree before you apply.
Discover how you can combine your passion for law with study for another subject through a joint degree.
Explore your options for furthering your law studies or moving on to Solicitor or Barrister training.
Find out how non-law graduates can take the GLD law conversion and start their journey to becoming a lawyer.
You can enhance your legal studies with a LLM Masters of Law – but is this option worth it? Find out in our guide.
If you haven't already started your GDL or qualifying law degree, you'll follow the SQE pathway when you train as a Solicitor.
If you started your qualifying law degree or GDL before the end of 2021, you may still be able to take the LPC. Learn more.
Aspiring Barristers will need to complete Bar Training before they qualify. Explore your options with our guide.
Discover how you can study law and complete Solicitor training without going to university and accumulating debt.
You don't need a degree to become a CILEX Lawyer. Explore this alternative training pathway with our guide.
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