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The University of Law
Join the UK's longest-established specialist provider of legal education
With a rich heritage and a reputation for innovation and contemporary teaching practices, the University of Law continuously focuses on developing the best legal minds. The University of Law believes that current and future lawyers should only ever learn in a realistic, professional, and contemporary environment.
Innovation and contemporary teaching practices
All courses – from undergraduate law degrees to market-leading postgraduate courses and professional development programs – are designed with a unique, varied and innovative learning approach that’s proven to deliver self-reliant lawyers who can compete in the fast-changing world of legal services.
Benefit from the University of Law's strong network of connections with the legal services market. This is why many leading global law firms work exclusively with the school to develop their people, and why legal employers of all types want to meet the University of Law's students. It’s also why law schools and professional bodies around the world choose to enter into strategic alliances together.
Understanding of the law
The University of Law is an internationally recognized expert in the field of law. Rather than focusing on academic research, the aim is to be leaders in the legal field, and to produce the next generation of practicing lawyers.
All lecturers are qualified solicitors, barristers or judges, and all have extensive practical experience which they are able to pass onto students. The University of Law facilitate this process with high levels of student-to-tutor contact time and small class sizes.
Expand your career horizons
The focus is placed exclusively on practice-based training and give students access to market-leading law careers service and legal vacancy database as soon as they accept a place at the school. Students also benefit from the pioneering and award-winning pro bono programs, which allow law students to gain valuable work experience by helping real clients from the local community.
This combination means graduates are in a unique position when it comes to finding employment. 97% of full-time 2014 LPC students had secured employment within nine months of graduation (based on known destinations).
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