Our collaboration with The University of Law makes us the ideal place to pursue your ambition to become a lawyer. 

If you are aiming to become a solicitor, you are now able to complete both your academic and vocational study with us.  

You can study The University of Law’s Legal Practice Course at our campus in Norwich if, on or before 31 August 2021, you completed, started, accepted an offer, or paid a non-refundable deposit for one of the following: 

  • the LLB 

  • the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) / the Common Professional Examination 

  • the  MA Law 

  • the Legal Practice Course (LPC) 

  • a period of recognised training (also known as a training contract) 

 

The Legal Practice Course bridges the gap between academic study and training in a law firm. It means you will not have to move away from Norwich before taking up employment with a law firm. We’re confident that The University of Law's Legal Practice Course is the best preparation for entering legal practice by offering you the skills to succeed in the business world. After all, The University of Law is the preferred Legal Practice Course training provider to more than 30 major law firms. 

 

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Entry Requirements 

See The University of Law for further details of entry requirements.

  

What will you study? 

Visit The University of Law for further details of course content.

  

Employment Promise

The University of Law's Employment Promise is available to students studying the Legal Practice Course with us.

Get a job in nine months, or you get 100 per cent of your fees back: 50 per cent of your fees as cashback plus 50 per cent of your fees as credit towards any further University of Law courses.*

* Please refer to the Legal Practice Course's Employment Promise Campaign Terms and Conditions