There are a few different postgraduate qualifications for aspiring lawyers and legal professionals.
The LLM is an academic Masters degree in Law. These courses don't qualify you to practice unless they also award an LPC.Read more
The LPC builds on an existing undergraduate Law degree to qualify graduates as legal professionals.Read more
The GDL allows postgraduates to train professionally in law, despite having studied an unrelated undergraduate subject.Read more
Looking for a more general Masters degree? Browse our guides to other postgraduate course types.Read more