University of Law news
The University of Law has decided not to continue teaching the Legal Practice Course (LPC) at Oxford Brookes, following its decision to take over the university’s collapsed LPC last year.
The University of Law (ULaw) and the management school at the University of Liverpool have teamed up to offer jointly-awarded degrees in law with either business or accountancy, in the first partnership between a private institution and a Russell Group university.
Kaplan Law School has cancelled its Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC), saying that the economics of the course forced its decision.
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.
The University of Law has launched a loan scheme, in partnership with Metro Bank, to provide postgraduate students with financial support.
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Opinion & Blogs
Due to recent cuts in legal aid funding, especially for family law, there has been an increased demand on the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB).
University of Law student Katie Bewick shares her experience of the LPC.
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More ULaw news
Law schools have released their Legal Practice Course (LPC) fees for the 2014/15 academic year.
Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) will require all its future trainees to sit an international LLM before joining the firm, with the course being updated yearly to reflect the firm’s changing profile.
The University of Law has launched three full fee scholarships, open to applicants from all backgrounds.
Nigel Savage – the visionary, combative and at times controversial president of the University of Law – is to retire from his post this spring after 18 years in the top slot, the institution announced today.