Studying law can be complex and tricky, and requires a lot of dedication, but ultimately it is extremely rewarding.Studying law does not require one mode of thinking, various branches of the law require you to apply your mind in different ways (for example, International Human Rights Law requires broad political considerations, while Land Law requires more technical, logical thinking). It is an excellent opportunity to develop new ways of thinking, and to put your brain to work.I am very satisfied with the level of teaching at my university: for the most part, teachers provide a wide range of information for students and from my experience, the lay out of materials is clear. However it is definitely better when you move in to second year compared to first year.Law can be pretty complex, but if you are dedicated and determined to succeed then it is very rewarding.The form of assessment is very difficult: it requires you to carry a lot of information and often it all rides on one exam/essay. This is significantly more stressful than continued assessment. However it does not affect the final grades that students achieve.