Legal Practice Course/LLM in Legal Practice (LPC/LLM)
Institute De Montfort University
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CourseLegal Practice Course/LLM in Legal Practice (LPC/LLM)
Approved by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, our LPC/LLM is based on work-related skills training to enable you to progress in your legal career. Throughout the course, you will strengthen your legal skills with the addition of negotiation and mediation sessions, all key skills for future lawyers.
If you would like to study for an LLM in Legal Practice, you will undertake an additio nal dissertation module during your third term.
Successful completion of all elements of the LLM in Legal Practice will result in the award of a master’s degree – an internationally recognised qualification.
This course will attract government postgraduate loan funding if you are eligible.
The full-time course is taught over two days, providing flexibility with your studies so you can meet other commitments.
Benefit from excellent pastoral care and support by staff, who can provide you with individual careers guidance and mentor you on your journey.
Gain practical experience by getting involved with our pro bono activities.
Leicester De Montfort Law School boasts an excellent reputation for teaching quality and you will learn from experienced solicitors and barristers.
You will be taught in our purpose-built Hugh Aston building, which is home to our mock courtroom, client-interviewing room and integrated law library.
Additional online learning support is provided via DMU’s Blackboard facility.
You will also benefit from a dedicated law environment complete with its own mock courtroom, client interviewing room and an integrated law library.
We are also expanding this building, meaning you will be able to benefit from new classrooms which are built to make studies more comfortable. As part of this you will be able to benefit from the new Student Advice Centre (SAC) with appointment/private meeting rooms, allowing you to discuss any queries you may have in a more confidential nature.