LLT News Update


The birth of LLT took place at University College London as the batch of 2012-13 commenced. Our core team certainly takes pride in the fact that the Faculty of Law at UCL has been ranked as the top law school in the United Kingdom by The Guardian recently. As we march towards the dawn of a new era in private education globally, we here at LLT, continue to strive towards our goal of helping law students in unprecedented ways. 

Our YouTube Channel has been updated with law lectures on Commercial lawContract law, and European Union law recently. We are committed to turning the academic weaknesses of our law students into strengths by providing them with a holistic picture of technical legal concepts through private education that sets the bar high. Updates have also been made to our Free Law Library that contains a plethora of law notes including case summaries. Keep an eye out for more updates to our Law Library in the coming weeks! We are also proud to announce that Jay Gajjar, our Managing Director, has been awarded three distinctions and a merit on the LL.M at UCL this year. This is a remarkable achievement considering the fact that he already possesses an LL.M from Sussex Law School with five distinctions. 

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