City Law School news
Two of the country’s sharpest legal prospects have walked away with a £5,000 prize, as well as the title of Future Legal Mind 2015, for their essays on access to justice.
City University London has introduced a compulsory module focusing on employability for all its first-year LLB students.
The average price of a Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) has risen by more than £1,000 in two years, from £14,003 in 2012/13 to £15,095 for 2014/15.
Law schools have released their Legal Practice Course (LPC) fees for the 2014/15 academic year.
City Law School has founded its first ever distance-learning degree, an international business law LLM.
Opinion & Blogs
Lukas Hamilton Eddy argues that with the battle to save legal aid largely lost, radical new solutions are needed to ensure access to justice for all.
City Law School LPC student Joshua Schuermann was on the victorious team in the recent Young Legal Minds contest.
More City Law School news
The City Law School has upped its Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) fees by 3 per cent, charging aspiring barristers £16,500 from September 2012.
BPP Law School (BPP) has hiked the fees for its Bar Practice Training Course (BPTC) to £15,750 for 2011, meaning that when the Bar Standard Board fees are factored in students will have to fork out over £16,000 to enroll.