• We have an excellent quality of teaching so you will learn from a high calibre, enthusiastic teaching team made up of experienced local solicitors • We offer professional facilities including court rooms and interview suites, enabling you to improve your vocational skills and make the transition from graduate to lawyer • Flexible study options mean you will only attend for two days per week if studying full-time or one day per week for part-time and also offer flexibility over when you sit your assessments.
The Derby Legal Practice Course prepares you to take that next step towards a successful legal career. It is delivered in partnership with the University of West of England, widely regarded as one of the leading providers of professional legal education in the UK.
This course is for those wishing to become solicitors and forms the second stage of your path towards qualification after your qualifying law degree. It is highly practical in its nature, based on work-related skills, and introduces you to the vocational skills of legal practice. You will gain a thorough understanding of common legal transactions and procedures whilst also taking part in client interview sessions, negotiation exercises, legal research projects, drafting advices and presenting a case to a court or tribunal.
Whether you aspire to work in a city or commercial practice, a high-street or niche practice, the Derby LPC provides an excellent foundation for your future career in law.
A recognised UK qualifying law degree or the CPE/Graduate Diploma in Law (unless you have an exemption). International students should also have the above. If English is not your first language, you will need to hold IELTS 6.5 or above with minimum 5.5 in all areas.
Please see our website for the latest information regarding fees.
Recipient: University of Derby
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