Graduates of the i-LLM LPC will possess career-ready skills in:
- Business law and practice – companies, security, taxation, relationships
- Civil and criminal litigation – advanced criminal and property law
- Application of legal advocacy, interviewing, research and IT techniques
- Wills and estate administration
- An array of 14 professional electives to tailor your legal career
The i-LLM LPC gives you the opportunity to complete your training within two years via supported online learning, with occasional attendance at The University of Law’s London Bloomsbury campus.
You will be required to attend a four-day introductory course on campus during the first week, followed by eight days of face-to-face tuition over the duration of the programme. During the online component of the programme you will need to submit work to your supervisors every 10 days.
i-LLM LPC Supported Online Learning
- Begin your studies in either March or September each year.
- Comprising supervisor-directed self-study, supported online learning includes i-Tutorials, online tests and feedback exercises, as well as your own independent reading and research.
- Supported online learning is augmented with occasional attendance at our London Bloomsbury campus (a maximum of 12 days over the duration of the course for exams and assessments).
- Submit individual and collaborative tasks online and receive electronic feedback from your supervisors.
- You must submit two tasks to your supervisors every 10 days, with each task taking between 10 to 15 hours.
- One-to-one tutor feedback is available online.
- LLB Qualifying Law Degree (minimum 2:2)
- Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL)
- Academic or other relevant references
To be eligible for the i-LLM LPC, you must meet the requirements for commencing a Legal Practice Course (LPC) set out by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).
*For more information, please fill out the enquiry form on the right.
- English language level equivalent to IELTS 6.5 or above, with a minimum of 6.0 in each component.
In addition to meeting UK entry requirements, non-EEA students require a visa for the duration of the course. For more information about visa requirements, please fill out the enquiry form on the right.
Over 24 months, students will blend online study with campus attendance to complete a credited 2-stage modular course to achieve a Master of Laws (LLM) and Legal Practice Course (LPC) qualification. Stage 1 will comprise core legal practice modules including business law, litigation, and fundamental practical legal skills. The core practice areas are the same for all students.
Stage 2 of the course will allow for specialisation, with students able to choose three professional electives from fourteen available options. Course assessments are made through a variety of coursework submissions, open book exams, oral tests, and a professional practice dissertation.
Applications for The University of Law's September 2017 and March 2018 i-LLM LPC are open.
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