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Hi

Is there anyone here who started the LPC in Birmingham January this year and nearing completion?

I have some questions in relation to the timetable and would appreciate some perspective from current students.

Also anyone due to start the course in Birmingham in Jan 2020?

On a side note - anyone know how DMU compares with the UoL with their LPC programme?
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Hey Linarah,

Leicester De Montfort Law School offers students individual careers advice and guidance with the opportunity to be involved in pro bono work. You will be supported by a highly experienced team of academics with invaluable links in both commercial and traditional practices.

Our LPC is divided into two stages; Stage One covers the Compulsory Modules and Skills. Stage Two, covers the Electives. You can choose three Electives from a range of commercial and private client areas meaning you are able to create your own personal learning experience tailored to your career ambitions and interests. Throughout the course you will strengthen your legal skills with the addition of negotiation and mediation sessions; all key skills for future lawyers.

Leicester De Montfort Law School also benefits from an integrated Law Library, with an exclusive LPC/LLM library and computer resource room with full internet access and the use of online services such as Westlaw and Lexis Library.


Find out more information here: https://www.dmu.ac.uk/study/courses/...full-time.aspx

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Rajpreet
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(Original post by De Montfort University)
Hey Linarah,

Leicester De Montfort Law School offers students individual careers advice and guidance with the opportunity to be involved in pro bono work. You will be supported by a highly experienced team of academics with invaluable links in both commercial and traditional practices.

Our LPC is divided into two stages; Stage One covers the Compulsory Modules and Skills. Stage Two, covers the Electives. You can choose three Electives from a range of commercial and private client areas meaning you are able to create your own personal learning experience tailored to your career ambitions and interests. Throughout the course you will strengthen your legal skills with the addition of negotiation and mediation sessions; all key skills for future lawyers.

Leicester De Montfort Law School also benefits from an integrated Law Library, with an exclusive LPC/LLM library and computer resource room with full internet access and the use of online services such as Westlaw and Lexis Library.


Find out more information here: https://www.dmu.ac.uk/study/courses/...full-time.aspx

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Rajpreet
Is it still the case intakes are only in September of each year for the full time programme?
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Hello Linarah,
Answering your previous question, yes it is still the case.
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Jon
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