University of Law news
The University of Law has backtracked on its plan to launch a business school this academic year, saying that it had not yet recruited “a viable mix of students, with the correct level of attainment.”
The University of Law has promised to reimburse Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) graduates with 50 per cent of their fees if they fail to find employment within the ‘legal and commerce fields’ after nine months of graduating from their Legal Practice Course (LPC).
Kaplan Law School has lost Shearman & Sterling as a client after the US firm switched its Legal Practice Course (LPC) training to the University of Law.
ULaw to students: get half your fees back if you're not working in ‘legal or commerce’ after nine months
The University of Law promised to reimburse Legal Practice Course (LPC) graduates with 50 per cent of their fees if they fail to find employment within the ‘legal and commerce fields’ after nine months of graduating.
The University of Law’s chief executive has stepped down from his role just one month after its private equity owners sold the institution to education conglomerate Global University Systems (GUS).
Expert advice on making yourself attractive to legal recruiters.
Since the Legal Education and Training Review was released last year there has been a lot of talk and relatively little action - until now.
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.
LPC student Lee Malam considers that the disappointments encountered on the training contract hunt can be a blessing in disguise.
University of Law LPC student Siobhan Mills pursued her love of languages before embarking on a career in law.
More ULaw news
The University of Law has launched a business school, which will run undergraduate courses from this September.
Trowers & Hamlins’ training will be provided by the University of Law for the next three years, after the firm ditched its former education provider Kaplan Law School.
The University of Law has been sold to Global University Systems (GUS), owner of nine educational institutions.
Mayer Brown is the first major firm to partner with the University of Law to deliver apprenticeships by which apprentices become solicitors in six years.