This LLM Legal Practice Course offers you the best possible preparation to practise law. University of Law as one of the longest providers of the LPC in the UK, has finely tuned the course to meet the expectations of individuals in the legal profession.The aim of this programme is to prepare you fully for life as a trainee solicitor.
The programme focus is on the skills that employers are seeking, which means that through this programme you will enhance your academic knowledge while preparing for the realities of life in legal practice. This course will ensure you are fully trained for your career as a solicitor.
Students based outside England & Wales or ones seeking to use the LPC towards professional qualification outside England & Wales, should check with local bar association/legal profession training regulator whether it recognises online courses and assessments as satisfying its requirements before enrolling with the University.
University of Law is one of the UK's longest-established specialist providers of legal education. It can be back to 1876 with the formation of tutorial firm Gibson & Weldon, and in 2016, they opened their leading Business School. With a rich heritage and a reputation for innovation and contemporary teaching practices, they focus on developing the best legal and business minds.
The Legal Practice Course (LPC) is the final vocational stage of training to become a qualified solicitor. The LPC is being studied after successful completion of a qualifying law degree or other recognised qualifications.
This course can be delivered in a full-time, or in accelerated mode to best suit your personal needs. Regardless of the mode of studies you will receive the best possible preparation to practise law.
Through this programme you will experience working as a trainee solicitor by processing client files and performing tasks relating to case studies, giving you a strong foundation for a career in law.
This programme consists of two stages. The first involves completing four compulsory modules, the second allows you to make a selection of focused modules, depending on your interest areas and which version of the course you’re studying.
Assessment is made through a range of activities including oral assessments in Interviewing and Advocacy, open book and closed book exams.
This programme can be taken in an accelated mode taking 6 months, or a full time mode taking 9,5 months.
In order to qualify for this programme, an applicant must have an
01 January 2023Enquire for this programme