Legal Practice Course (LPC)
Our Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice (also known as the Legal Practice Course or LPC) is an excellent foundation for your professional training as a solicitor.
Feedback from our LPC students shows a high level of student satisfaction.
What we can offer:
- accreditation by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) who monitor the course regularly to ensure they conform to professional standards
- tutorial from experienced solicitors who maintain links with legal practice
- close interaction with course tutors thanks to our excellent staff-to-student ratio
- practical, up-to-date course material that prepares you for work in a solicitor’s office
- legal careers workshops specifically designed for LPC students and organised by the University’s Careers and Employment Service
- career support for up to three years after you leave through e-mail alerts of job opportunities and training contracts
- work experience opportunities for all LPC students, including the chance to join our advice clinic - the Community Advice Programme
- free access to CPD legal update courses run by our Professional Development Centre and Middlesex Law Society
- the opportunity for our two highest performing LPC students to receive awards from The Middlesex Law Society
- the chance to study at the top modern London-based Law School according to The Guardian's University Guide 2013
- an attractive West London location surrounded by parks, cafes and restaurants and only a short tube ride away from Central London
- study opportunities for students from all over the world
Find out more about how to apply for the LPC course.
Whether you are a graduate of the Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice (LPC) or a practising solicitor looking to specialise further, this course will enable you to ‘top up’ your education to a Masters degree level. The course provides practice-relevant study on aspects of substantive law or legal practice and enables you to develop the analytical and research skills necessary to write a detailed piece of research relevant to law practice.
The course will be assessed by dissertation and you can choose to complete this either by undertaking an extended piece of research or a self-directed work-based learning portfolio. This will enable working lawyers to critically reflect on their own legal practice throughout the course.