Wednesday 3 November, 4pm to 5pm, happening nearly
Torn about whether or not to go for the Authorized Apply Course (LPC) or as a substitute go for the new Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) route?
With each programs on supply for the subsequent few years as the LPC is progressively phased out, and main regulation corporations switching over to the SQE in response to completely different timescales, it may be laborious for college students to know what option to make.
What’s extra, with the extra versatile SQE producing a large and typically bewildering vary of various research choices, for a lot of college students it’s removed from clear what model of the new route is most fitted for them.
Date: Wednesday 3 November 2021
Time: 4pm to 5pm
Location: Virtual event
Stage: College students, Graduates
Be part of us on Wednesday 3 November, from 4pm to 5pm, for a digital student event with Kennedys, TLT, Shakespeare Martineau and BPP University Law School.
Luke Evans (Early Careers HR Advisor from Kennedys), Samantha Bracey (Future Expertise Advisor for TLT), Hannah Wright (HR Early Ambitions Advisor for Shakespeare Martineau) will share their views on the LPC and SQE query alongside BPP’s Liz Ritter (former solicitor at Clifford Probability) with BPP’s Head of Outreach, Jonny Hurst, himself a former Metropolis regulation agency accomplice, asking the questions. We’ll additionally discover what expertise regulation corporations worth in future legal professionals and take a look at how college students can develop these via the completely different research choices.