The LLB Law course at King's is well structured, with good introductory courses in the first year (Contract, Criminal, European Law and Public Law) and more challenging courses in the second year (Tort, Trusts and Property). Teaching is of a high standard in most modules, with the ability to meet with your lecturers and module tutors should you require individual feedback, clarification or even a reference. One formative assessment per module, per semester is offered (non-compulsory) and the speed of assessment and feedback is usually fast. In addition, for the first and second years, each compulsory module has a research essay component worth 30% of your overall grade. King's is really an international law school, offering a wide range of opportunities to study international and comparative law within modules, and also to undertake a year abroad in a wide range of countries including the US and Australia. Overall, I would definitely recommend King's for students looking to undertake a law degree. It has a diverse student body, with a large number of non-EU students and also students from poorer backgrounds within the UK. In addition, it has some of the top academics in their fields who will leave you as fascinated by their subjects as they are.