The latest QS university rankings for law sees ten UK institutions feature in the top 50.
While Harvard has taken the top spot in the annual rankings, Oxford and Cambridge feature in second and third place respectively.
The London School of Economics is the other British university to make the top 10, ranking in seventh position.
University College London drops three places, to 14th. King’s College London stays level at 17th, while the only Scottish university on the list, Edinburgh, drops one place to 28th.
However, Queen Mary, University of London has risen ten places to 35th position, while Durham has entered the top 50, in joint 41st place.
Nottingham is also ranked joint 41st (down from 35th). Rounding out the UK’s contribution is Bristol in 49th, also a new entrant to the top 50.