Notalawguru
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Hi guys can anyone give me some advice n the university of law's lpc MSc? Is the MSc even recognised by law firms?? Any info about any experience with the MSc would be great!! Thanks
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Presumably it qualifies for law society requirements? Its the LPC LLM?
If so i cnat see any problems with it. UoL is a standard provider, the LPV is a standard course which as long as it meets SRA requirements then you will be fine. Solicitors wont be bothered where you sat it.
http://www.law.ac.uk/postgraduate/i-lpc/
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Thanks for your reply but that wasn't really what I was asking! The LLM is different to the MSc, and I just wanted to know whether employers look upon someone more favourably with the lpc MSc as this is a relatively new course
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(Original post by Notalawguru)
Thanks for your reply but that wasn't really what I was asking! The LLM is different to the MSc, and I just wanted to know whether employers look upon someone more favourably with the lpc MSc as this is a relatively new course
Well you might have helped by linking the course 9no need now0. I doubt many employers will have heard of it and no I dont think it will give you much advantage at all over someone who has the LPC.
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what did you do in the end ?? i cant decide which to choose. i have a wealth of commercial knowledge through my career so not botherted about corporate law and finance.
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I did the MSc. it was an extra module assessed by 2 essays. It is definitely worth doing for the extra qualification.
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Hey, do you mind sharing your experiences with doing the MSc please? Especially how it was like managing that with the core LPC and if you had any time constraints
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Hey, do you mind sharing your experiences with doing the MSc please? Especially how it was like managing that with the core LPC and if you had any time constraints
I don't think they use the website anymore. From what I have seen, their last activity was in 2017. It might be easier to get answers through a separate thread
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