Students planning a career in law will be able to complete both the academic stage of their training and the Legal Practice Course (LPC) at the University of Exeter thanks to an innovative collaboration with The University of Law (ULaw).
From September 2015, non-law graduates will be able to convert to law after completing a Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) course taught by ULaw at University of Exeter’s Streatham Campus. The Legal Practice Course (LPC), which is the next stage of the training for LLB and GDL graduates wishing to become solicitors, will be offered from September 2016.
ULaw will be responsible for providing the educational content of both programmes, which includes face-to-face teaching, tutor support and an employability programme to boost workplace skills. Students will benefit from the campus experience offered at the Streatham Campus, which has recently received £380 million in investment and is known as one of the most beautiful campuses in the UK.
The University of Law at the University of Exeter’s Streatham Campus
Professor Andrea Nollent, Provost at ULaw, said: “ULaw’s partnership with the University of Exeter is testament to our commitment of offering graduates comprehensive programmes which equip aspiring law professionals entering the profession with the skills they need to succeed in a competitive market.”
“Our GDL and LPC courses provide graduates with the best possible start to a career in law. Not only will they be able to benefit from being able to access the over 600 mentoring places and 3,300 pro bono opportunities offered by ULaw, but they will also have access to our connections with legal recruiters and award-winning online student employability programme (‘StEP’). The facilities offered at Streatham Campus will enrich their student experience, while at the same time they will be receiving a well-rounded professional education focussed on employability.”
Further information about this ground-breaking collaboration
For further information please contact:The University of Law:Sarah Evans Toyne/ Lianne Robinson/ Chiara Barreca/ Henry AdamsTelephone: 020 7726 6111Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The University of Exeter:Press Officer Esther WhiteTelephone: 01392 722307Email: email@example.com