Undergraduate law courses in the UK are to be ranked in a similar manner to the way in which universities are ranked.
This week the UK Department of Eduction launched its Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) consultation process, a 10 week consultation that is designed to cover undergraduate degrees in specified disciplines.
The courses will likely see themselves graded into a ‘gold, silver, bronze’ system based on the quality of teaching, graduate salaries, drop out rates and other factors.
Among the top ranked universities and law schools previously has been Oxford, Exeter,Cambridge, Birmingham, and St Andrews.
Details of the results of the study and outcome will be published by LawFuel.