The LLB module delivered by The College of Legal Practice will assist Solent Law School students through the new Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) route to qualification.
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LEGAL EDUCATION. DESIGNED FOR YOU.
The College of Legal Practice is changing the status quo of legal education.
Our courses are carefully designed to meet individual and organisational needs. Flexible and purpose-built,
our online learning is grounded in real-world legal practice. All at a much more competitive price.
Welcome to a new era in legal education. Designed for you.
DESIGNED FOR ONLINE
LOW COST, HIGH VALUE
We treat each and every student as an individual. Our flexible, one-to-one online teaching enables you to achieve your personal goals and aspirations.
Designed for legal organisations
We work with you to tailor our training to meet the specific needs of your organisation. Our courses combine practical skills with academic rigour to meet real-world needs.
SQE: A new era for legal education
With the introduction of the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) this autumn, the route to becoming a solicitor is changing. The legal education sector must change too. We’re helping a more diverse group of individuals access and progress in the legal profession.
Latest News & Insights
The College of Legal Practice, Professor Scott Slorach and Isabel Parker launch the Online by Design Series for Legal L&D.
The College of Legal Practice launch a unique series of digital learning resources for L&D professionals in the Legal Sector.
The College of Legal Practice and the Truman Bodden Law School partner to provide SQE preparation courses.
The College of Legal Practice’s virtual preparation courses will be made available to students studying internationally at the Truman Bodden Law School in the Cayman Islands.