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Our modular Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) is the pathway into practice for non-law graduates. Our structured course is taught by qualified lawyers with lectures and practical workshops to develop your legal skills. Read more
The LLM in Legal Practice and Advanced Drafting combines our Legal Practice Course (LPC) with an independent learning module, to enhance your essential legal skills and give you a valuable master’s level qualification. Read more
Whether you are intending to practice in the City, in a commercial firm, in a small high-street practice or in a niche area of law, our LLM in Advanced Legal Practice will give you the broad and rigorous foundation you need. Read more
Aimed at students either intending to enter legal practice or already in practice. Modules addressing wide range of legal practice issues in either legal subject specialisms or legal practice management. Read more
The Legal Practice Course (LPC) leads to the Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice (LPC). It is the programme of study and assessment approved by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), which you must complete if you want to qualify as a solicitor. Read more
Would you like the opportunity to integrate new knowledge with your current area of practice to further enhance your skills and career prospects? The LLM Advanced Legal Practice course will allow you to undertake an in-depth study of a specialised legal topic under the supervision of one of our dedicated teaching team. Read more
This course, based on work-related skills training, is for those wishing to become solicitors. The LPC/LLM equips you with the appropriate knowledge, skills and understanding of procedures and practice to embark effectively on the period of further training within a firm. Read more
The Postgraduate Law degrees offered by Bangor University Law School aim to push students’ development further, allowing them to take a closer look at the law in general or to pursue a particular specialism.