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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.

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students


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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BENEFITS OF CHOOSING THE COLLEGE OF LEGAL PRACTICE

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Designed for online

DESIGNED FOR ONLINE

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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.

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

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Latest News & Insights

Free anti-harassment training launched by The College of Law and International Bar Association

Free anti-harassment training launched by The College of Law and International Bar Association

The International Bar Association, The College of Law Australia and The Legal Policy & Research Unit have collaborated to develop a set of e-learning modules designed to assist individuals and organisations make the changes recommended by the 2019 landmark report Us Too? Bullying and Sexual Harassment in the Legal Profession.

Learning for the real world

Learning for the real world

Find out why the legal learning of today must be practical, skills-based and fully relevant to current legal practice.

5 SQE Top Tips

5 SQE Top Tips

Starting out in the legal profession? Five top tips on what to consider when thinking about taking the SQE