Cpc pgdl

cpc pgdl

What is a PGDL course?

The Postgraduate Diploma in Law (PGDL) is a postgraduate course, ideal for anyone who did not complete an undergraduate LLB degree who is looking to progress into a career in law. Upon completing the PGDL, you will be eligible to continue training as a barrister or solicitor in England and Wales. Browse PGDL courses below!

What is the difference between PGDL and LPC?

The Postgraduate Diploma in Law is awarded by BPP University and is recognised as completion of the academic stage by the SRA and BSB. When you have passed your PGDL, youre guaranteed a place on our LPC, the next step to becoming a solicitor.

Is the PGDL a recognised qualification for admission into PCLL?

Our PGDL is also a recognised qualification for admission into PCLL in Hong Kong. Intake: January, May, September Application Deadline: 12 July 2021 Commencement Date: 6 September 2021

What is the CPE/GDL?

The CPE/GDL is run in partnership with Heart of Worcester college and offered at the Heart of Worcester College Campus LLM Qualifying incorporates GDL and 40 credit research module.

What is the PGDL?

“The PGDL is a cutting-edge postgraduate law conversion course giving students the chance to develop the academic legal knowledge and skills necessary to become a lawyer in England & Wales.

Why choose a PGDL conversion course?

Through studying another degree subject, and building your career in another discipline, you will have gained many transferable skills. By choosing law at a later stage, you are showing motivation and determination to pursue a new career. Why choose this PGDL conversion course?

What can I do with a PGDL?

Upon completing the PGDL, you will be eligible to continue training as a barrister or solicitor in England and Wales. Browse PGDL courses below! If you’re looking to make the change into legal study and already have an undergraduate degree in another discipline then our PGDL is your pathway into legal practice as a solicitor or barrister.

What is the GDL/CPE?

The Graduate Diploma in Law/Common Professional Examination (GDL/CPE) is a postgraduate law course in England and Wales that is taken by non-law graduates (graduates who have a degree in a discipline that is not law or not a qualifying law degree for legal practice) wishing to become either a solicitor or barrister in England and Wales.

Our GDL course comparison table helps you compare a variety of GDL providers and GDL universities, their locations and tuition fees so you can select the right law school for your studies. Where can you study the GDL? What should you bear in mind? What Is a Legal Secretary? How Hard Is the GDL?

When does the SQE replace the GDL and LPC?

So if you’ve reached this article, you’ll perhaps know by now that the SQE is set to replace the GDL and LPC in autumn 2021. But what exactly are the differences between the two routes?

What is PCLL (Postgraduate Certificate in laws)?

The Postgraduate Certificate in Laws (PCLL; 法學專業證書) is an intensive one-year full-time (or two-year part-time) professional legal qualification programme in Hong Kong. It allows graduates to proceed to legal training before qualifying to practice as either a barrister or a solicitor in Hong Kong.

What are the admission requirements for the PCLL?

PCLL admission requirements. To be eligible for admission to the courses leading to the PCLL, an applicant must have completed their Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) or equivalent legal studies either in Hong Kong or other common law jurisdictions, or, for non-law graduates, have passed the Graduate Diploma in English and Hong Kong Law (GDEHKL)...

Are my GDL grades relevant in the PCLL admissions process?

The 2 years is calculated up to the time of enrolment on to our PCLL programme which is usually around the end of August or the beginning of September. Are my GDL grades relevant in the PCLL admissions process if the GDL was obtained after I have received an LLB degree? Yes.

What is a PGDL course?

Our Postgraduate Diploma in Law (PGDL) is a law foundation course where you learn to think like a lawyer and prepare for the realities of life in legal practice.

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