Cambridge University tops UK law school rankings

May 26, 2011 The Guardian’s annual rankings for British law faculties have put Cambridge University at the top of the list with a score of 100/100 pushing Oxford into second place with a score of 97.1.

The top five is rounded out by London schools: UCL (91.3), Queen Mary (90.3) and the LSE (86.7).

RollOnFriday points out that all top five universities will charge fees of £9,000 next year., compared with £7,800 - £8,500 per year for schools at the bottom of the rankings. At either end of the scale, students are still paying through the nose.

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