Cambridge retains crown as students rank top law faculties
The University of Cambridge has retained its spot as the top-ranked university law faculty, according to a major study carried out by Legal Week's research arm into the perceptions of more than 3,000 law students at some of the UK's leading institutions. Legal Week Intelligence's 2013 Law Student Report found more students at Cambridge graded their university as ‘excellent' than at any other institution, with the faculty coming top for the quality of its teaching, value for money and teaching facilities – three of the four categories students were asked to rate.
Oxbridge wins two of top three spots as 3,300 students vote
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