University of Law news
The University of Law has been granted an Altenative Business Structure (ABS) licence by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
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.
The University of Law has launched an “articled apprenticeship” programme for school leavers, which allows candidates to qualify as solicitors in six years.
DAC Beachcroft will send its future trainees to BPP Law School, switching its allegiance from the University of Law.
Since the Legal Education and Training Review was released last year there has been a lot of talk and relatively little action - until now.
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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.
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 partnered with Shanghai law school East China University of Political Science and Law (ECUPL) to allow students to study at both institutions.
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 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.