I decided to study at the University of Exeter because it has a strong reputation for law and the course allowed me to study abroad for a year. The lecturers in the law faculty are very supportive, they dedicate a lot of time and energy to give feedback and advice to students.
Alex, LLB Law with European Study
An Exeter Law degree delivers a rigorous understanding of legal principles as well as an examination of law in different theoretical and social contexts, with a constant eye on regional and global developments. The experience of studying law in applied settings; through community legal projects, advocacy, pro bono work, small learning communities, mooting, or via a 4-year work placement programme; is a characteristic of the Exeter approach.