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CoL strikes second Bristol deal

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  • From the Head of the Bristol Institute of Legal Practice at UWE:

    We weren't given the opportunity to comment on this development before it went to print but it is important to record that the news does not come as a "blow" to us. In a market the size of Bristol with three providers present, it is to be expected that some firms will seek individual arrangements with particular institutions. Several Bristol firms have pledged their continued support to BILP. Far from pressure mounting on BILP, we have confirmed to the Lawyer2B on several occasions that our LPC full time acceptances for 2010/11 remain high and nearing the 200 mark. I understand from the Lawyer2B's previous reports that the College of Law is hoping to attract some 110 full time students to its Bristol LPC but that it has refused to confirm its level of acceptances to the press. In the circumstances, it is surely wrong to draw conclusions as to who is expected to feel the pressure!

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  • BILP represents far better value for money and portrays the impression that students will be treated as individuals as opposed to 'a number' at the CoL.

    The fact that CoL holds as much weight as it does, I think is largely down to it's history and and perceived prestige as opposed to higher quality teaching

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