About this course
Anyone intending to become a solicitor must complete the Legal Practice Course (LPC) which helps you develop the skills needed to work for a firm of solicitors.
- Is validated by the Legal Practice Course Board of the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).
- Leads to the award of Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice and, in certain circumstances, additional Masters level credits which can contribute to a later Masters qulaification.
- Is led by experienced staff - the majority of whom are qualified solicitors with considerable experience in practice.
- Has a dedicated base room with excellent IT facilities.
- Has an audio-visual suite and moot court room with advocacy training facilities.
- Has a practitioner library and workroom.
- Limits the intake to ensure individual attention.
- Caters for all career aspirations, whether commercial firm or general practice.
- You must have satisfied the requirements of the academic stage of legal education and be enrolled as a student member of the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).
- You will normally hold a recognised law degree or have gained the Common Professional Examination (CPE) or Graduate Diploma in Law equivalent.
- Certain non-graduates may also be eligible.
Please check the acceptability of your qualifications with the SRA. It will be your responsibility to ensure that you are eligible to attend a Legal Practice Course in accordance with the SRAs Training Regulations.