The Cambridge Law course is comprehensive and varied, covering foundational topics such as civil, tort, criminal and constitutional law in the first year. Students choose five papers in each of their second and third years of study, across a wide range of topics such as contract law, family law, company law, international law and jurisprudence. More information about the structure and content of the course can be found on the University website.
Law at Murray Edwards College
We welcome around seven undergraduate students in law each year. Within the College as a whole this means we have approximately 20 undergraduate students and four postgraduate students. The College has an active student Law Society which organises a variety of events, such as mooting competitions, visits to the Supreme Court, get-togethers with Law students from other Colleges at Formal Hall, social events such as welcome drinks and a garden party, and an annual Law Dinner with a guest speaker.
A Level: A*AA
IB: 42, 776
No specific subjects are required.
All applicants for Law are required to take the National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT), for which they must be registered in advance.
Murray Edwards Law applicants are not asked to submit written work to the College.