Nottingham Law School news
The University of Law has been granted an Altenative Business Structure (ABS) licence by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
Nottingham Law School, part of Nottingham Trent University, has applied for an Alternative Business Structure (ABS) licence with the aim of reforming its new legal advice centre, billed as a ‘teaching law firm’.
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.
Nottingham Trent University and the China University of Political Science and Law are to offer a joint degree aimed at increasing the recruitment of Chinese students onto Nottingham Trent’s postgraduate courses, following the university’s decision to collaborate with a number of insitutions worldwide.
Lawyer 2B can reveal the employment rates of the biggest Legal Practice Course (LPC) providers.
Nottingham Trent University (NTU) and the Australian National University (ANU) are to be linked via their law schools.
A new international partnership has been agreed between Nottingham Law School and the Ghana School of Law to work together on curriculum development.
Student numbers on the Legal Practice Course (LPC) have plummeted this year despite both the College of Law (CoL) and BPP Law School expanding their reach.