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Applying for Law

To help support your application for Law, you might consider doing some or all of the following.
Read around the subject

Nick McBride, ‘Letters to a Law Student’

Graham Virgo and Janet O'Sullivan & Catherine Barnard, ‘What about Law?’

‘A Civil Action’ by Jonathan Harr

As well as reading the introductory text books, develop an interest in a particular aspect of Law (e.g. European Law, International Law, Criminal Law or the Law of Tort)


Develop a clear idea of what the study of Law involves. 

Do you have a demonstrable interest in the subject? Do you have the intellectual curiosity and the motivation for independent study?


Read a quality newspaper each day, and the relevant Law sections

Stay up to date using some high quality websites:

The BBC Radio 4 programme Law in Action: 


Arrange your own visit to a court of Law 

The Supreme Court in London aims to educate and inspire people about the UK justice systems, as well as to adjudicate on cases.

Alternatively you could visit your local Magistrates Court or Crown Court.


Start some preparation for LNAT

LNAT tests whether you can think like a lawyer, draw fine distinctions under pressure, use reasoning, and comprehend texts.


Choose your 5 universities carefully and where possible go on Open Days 

The LLB (M101), is a qualifying law degree for the purposes of Bar Council and Law Society of England and Wales.