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Legal training is stuck in the past. A one-size-fits-all approach to teaching simply doesn't work. Why? Because everyone is different.

The College of Legal Practice's programmes 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.

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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.

Helping you learn

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.

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SQE: A new era for legal education


With the introduction of the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) the route to becoming a solicitor has changed. The legal education sector must change too. We’re helping a more diverse group of individuals access and progress in the legal profession.

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Applications open for all SQE preparation courses and LLM in Legal Practice

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Latest News & Insights

Studying to Qualify: Law Firm Culture

Studying to Qualify: Law Firm Culture

At the end of 2022 we ran a panel event on ‘Accessibility into Law for Black Lawyers’ where we covered the struggles and barriers our panellists faced along the various stages of pursuing a legal career. One of these stages included a very specific experience of studying to qualify whilst also working in the legal sector to gain experience, something both our panellists went through in their journey.

My reflections on the SQE – one year on

My reflections on the SQE – one year on

As 2023 rolls in, so begins an element of reflection at the scale of change facing the legal education sector. Here at The College of Legal Practice it has been no different, and we have been on a learning curve as the first year of the SQE has initiated repeat cycles of preparation and examination. In this article I will share our reflections on the first assessments for SQE1 and SQE2.

The College of Legal Practice Providing SQE Courses to PwC Legal Middle East trainees

The College of Legal Practice Providing SQE Courses to PwC Legal Middle East trainees

The College of Legal Practice is pleased to welcome PwC Legal Middle East’s trainee solicitors and associates to study on its Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) programmes. PwC Legal Middle East has used the opportunity of the SQE to develop its associates and support their qualification aspirations as well as providing a further route to qualification for its trainee solicitors.


We are pleased to be working with range of firms, Universities and organisations to support the career development of legal professionals.


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