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Does attending an Oxbridge master's program help when it comes to law school admissions?



Hi all,

I did my undergraduate at Princeton and I'll be attending either Cambridge (have an offer) or Oxford (am still waiting to hear back) next year. I'll be doing a Classics/Ancient History master's program. I'd like to do the program for a number of reasons (e.g. I really would like to do more research in Classics; I want to keep the door open for a PhD in the field; etc.).

However, I'm also strongly considering law school. I was wondering if doing a master's at Oxbridge would help when it comes to law school admissions. I know the top law schools often split hairs when it comes to choosing one competitive applicant over another. Does anyone have any thoughts?

By the way, I realize this may be the wrong website to ask this question. If anyone knows of a good forum for law school applicants, I'd happily take your suggestion.

Many thanks!

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