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28 February 2024

First Masters students complete their LLM at The College of Legal Practice

Published on 28 February 2024

The College of Legal Practice would like to congratulate our first LLM in Legal Practice graduates, who have successfully completed their Master’s Degree. 

The College’s first LLM in Legal Practice started in back in 2022 and the following students have now been awarded their Master’s: 

  • Nathalie Hajek
  • Megan Royle 
  • Ser Reen Wong 
  • Christopher Ogunsalu 

Trainees from the College’s partner firm, Reed Smith, have also successfully gained their LLM in Legal Practice this year. 

"I must say that the dedication of the LLM/SQE tutors and teaching team to teaching of the students is so high. They have individually and as a team displayed a high level of organisation for all the modules covered in the program. I feel very much accomplished for being successful and having completed with a legal research project which makes me able to claim a sub-specialty in Personal Injuries and Medicolegal practice." Christopher Ogunsalu LLB, LLM,

“The LLM in Legal Practice has been a challenging yet rewarding journey and I am truly grateful for the support from The College of Legal Practice team, thank you.” Ser Reen Wong, Malaysia 

Ser Reen with LLM certificate

Jane Waddell, Head of Curriculum at the College said: “We are truly delighted to see the hard work of these students being recognised in the award of our Master’s Degree. They have dedicated the last year to studying, which for some included doing so alongside their professional work and taking the SQE, and thoroughly deserve their qualifications. Completing the LLM in Legal Practice is not easy and they should feel very proud of their accomplishments. We wish them well with their legal careers.”

The College is now supporting nearly 200 LLM students to progress through the SQE and prepare themselves for legal practice. 

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