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Linklaters has renewed its partnership with the University of Law (ULaw) for another five years, creating a new bespoke qualification for its future trainees.
Law students are advising doctors who face being struck off at tribunal but who lack legal representation.
DAC Beachcroft will send its future trainees to BPP Law School, switching its allegiance from the University of Law.
Clifford Chance opts for BPP, leaving Linklaters as only magic circle trainee group still taught by ULaw
Clifford Chance has decided to send its trainees to BPP for their Legal Practice Course (LPC) for the next five years.
DWF has appointed BPP as its new LPC training provider after three years with the University of Law (ULaw).
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) will refund students left out of pocket because they enrolled before it made the decision to slash registration costs.