LLM Legal Practice Course (LLM LPC)

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The Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Law School has a reputation that is second to none. The course has continuously received the highest possible grading from the Solicitor’s Regulation Authority of “commendable practice” in every area of the course.

We are fully aware of the challenges for Law students in the current legal employment market. For that reason our LPC is designed to provide you with the qualifications and practical knowledge and insight employers regard as essential.

The successful completion of all elements of the LPC will result in the award of a master’s degree, as well as our internationally recognised LPC qualification. You will leave Nottingham Law School with enhanced insight into the legal profession and better equipped to succeed. You will also benefit from the extensive pro bono opportunities available through our Legal Advice Centre.

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We hold a number of postgraduate drop-in events  which provide you with an excellent opportunity to find out more about our courses. If you are unable to attend any of our drop-in events take a look around at our Virtual Open Day, which includes videos and photos of the campus.

Order a Prospectus 

Our prospectus will give you a taste of what it's like to study at NTU and live in Nottingham.

You can study the Legal Practice Course full-time or part- time to fit around your other commitments.

The University reviews and sets fee levels on an annual basis. The fee depends on the type and duration of course and the mode of study. Visit our website to view the most up to date fee information.

Nottingham Law School offers a number of competitive scholarships for our professional courses.

Nottingham Law School is a truly international school, and aims to recruit the most able students from around the world, ensuring both quality and diversity in its student populations.

Studying Law in England will give you an opportunity to reflect on the differences in how law is made here compared to your own country and to appreciate other legal systems.

International and EU students should be aware that they will need to meet the English language requirements.

Our annual surveys have shown that a high percentage of our full-time and part-time LPC and GDL students secure a training contract, paralegal work, or other work. 

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