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Legal Practice Course: supported online learning




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    22 Months


Emagister adds to its catalog the Legal Practice Course: supported online learning, which aims to support those who have a law degree or GDL and wish to train as a solicitor via our supported online learning option.

The i-LLM LPC supports those who have a law degree or GDL and wish to train as a solicitor via our supported online learning option.

- Balance your studies with other commitments and receive equally high levels of training and feedback
- Tailor your course to your specialist areas of interest through a wide choice of elective subjects
- Qualify with an LPC and a Master's award (LLM) at no extra cost

With a strong emphasis on improving future employability, 96% of our full-time 2015/16 and accelerated 2016/16 LPC students graduating in summer 2016 secured employment, a training contract, or further study within nine months of successfully completing their course.

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  • English
  • LLM
  • LPC
  • Law
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  • Equity
  • Financial Training
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Course programme

Course Programme

With a strong emphasis on improving future employability, we are the preferred legal training provider to over 30 major law firms and have trained more lawyers than anyone else. To be eligible to take up your place on our LPC, you must comply with the requirements for commencing a Legal Practice Course (LPC) set out by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) – see below. Failure to comply with these eligibility requirements means that the University will have no option but to cancel your place on the course. If you are a non
-EEA student you will also require a visa covering the full duration of your course – see Visa requirements below.

University of Law LPC selection criteria

• Academic profile and achievement, generally a minimum of an actual or predicted second class honours law degree or GDL/CPE
• A sufficient command of the English language to successfully complete the course
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English language requirements
• Any special circumstances revealed in your application

Academic or other references

*This requirement is met by either: A) The award of a Qualifying Law Degree. Your law degree must meet certain academic standards in order to qualify. This must include having adequately passed assessments in the seven Foundations of Legal Knowledge – Public Law, Obligations I (Contract), Obligations II (Tort),Criminal Law, Land Law, Equity & Trusts and Law of the European Union. Further guidance on what is a Qualifying Law Degree ; or B) Passing a Common Professional Examination (CPE)/Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) and being awarded a Graduate Diploma in Law, or similar such as CILEX.

The University of Law fully complies with equal opportunities legislation and actively encourages diversity within the legal profession. Our admissions process acts fairly and aims to enable students to make the best use of their talents. You are encouraged to tell us about any special requirements at the earliest opportunity. This will allow us to discuss how we may go about meeting your requirements.

Future trainee Solicitors.
The SRA has recently consulted on a number of proposed changes to its regulations, including removing the requirement for students to apply for student enrolment and approval of their academic stage of training prior to commencing the LPC.

If you have been offered a training contract, you need to make sure the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has checked your "character and suitability" to be a solicitor. This may take at least six months to complete if you have:
• Committed certain criminal offences
• Been found guilty of an academic offence
• Had serious financial issues (such as bankruptcy, Individual Voluntary Arrangements or County Court Judgments)
• Been subject to adverse regulatory findings
• Demonstrated any other behaviour that we would not expect of a solicitor (for example behaviour that was dishonest, violent or discriminatory) Please take a look the SRA Suitability Test 2011 for more information and fill in the eligibility application if you need to tell them about any issues. If you have nothing to tell the SRA, you can inform them of this when you and your employer let them know your training is due to start.

Accreditation of prior learning

English language requirements
If you have completed a degree outside the UK and you do not come from a ‘majority English speaking country’, please provide a certified copy of one of the below approved English Language Tests:
- IELTS (academic): Score of 6.5 in all four areas
- ISE III (Trinity College London): Pass in all four components
- Pearsons (academic): Score of 58 in all four areas
- Cambridge English: First Certificate, Advanced and Proficiency (test taken before January 2015): Overall 176 with no one component below 176
- Cambridge English: First Certificate (test taken before January 2015): Pass at Grade A and Exceptional in all four components
- Cambridge English: Advanced (test taken before January 2015): Pass at Grade B or C and Borderline in all four components
- Cambridge English: Proficiency (test taken before January 2015): Pass at Grade C1 and Weak in all four components


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