Middlesex University's School of Law has climbed 29 places in the latest Guardian University Guide.
Student satisfaction, spend per student and career prospects are just some of the metrics used to determine the rankings, which include 97 British institutions that teach Law.
The School now sits in 44th place overall, and in second spot when compared to the other post-92 universities in London.
"Our impressive rise in the league table is testament to the hard work and dedication of all the School's staff," commented Professor Joshua Castellino, Dean of the School of Law.
"With the forthcoming e-books pilot set to further enhance the learning experience for our students, I am confident that the School of Law can continue to climb the rankings."
The e-books pilot, which is also being carried out by the Business School, will see every student given a free digital text for each module they are studying from the start of the new academic year in September 2014.
You can find out more about how the Guardian compiles its rankings here.