Legal Practice Course (LPC)

BPP University

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The Legal Practice Study, abbreviated LPC, is a postgraduate course that is often pursued after completion of an undergraduate degree or legal conversion course. If you want to pursue a career as a solicitor, BPP’s LPC equips you with the information and skills necessary to get a training contract and thrive in practice.

Your education is structured around simulated client portfolios in order to develop the legal abilities sought by employers and recruiters. With connections to law firms and in-house teams at every level, learn from experienced attorneys who can help build your career.

You may choose from a greater variety of electives than any other provider, based on BPP’s experience in each legal specialisation. Additionally, you’ll have access to coaching, mentorship, and job placement.

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