Pathways to the SQEby Jack J Collins by Jack J Collins
One of the most liberating things about the SQE is the way that it opens up differing pathways into being a solicitor. The thing with standardised qualifications is that they mean you can get to the point of entry in any way you like, so long as you conform to the requirements. We take a quick look at some of the options.
The SQE: what we know so far Becky Kells, Editor, AllAboutLaw Becky Kells, Editor, AllAboutLaw
The Solicitors Qualifying Exam (SQE) is a course that has, at times, prompted more questions than answers. What is it? When will it be introduced? And what about all of the LPC and GDL students out there? Until the SQE launches, we’ll be bringing you all of the SQE updates, as and when they happen—so keep an eye on this page.
What is the SQE?by Jack J Collins by Jack J Collins
Put simply, the SQE stands for the Solicitors Qualifying Examination. It is the culmination of the consultations and reviews of the Training for Tomorrow programme – a new assessment, standardised, which all solicitors will be required to take before they are accepted as qualified.