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    I have a Physiology and Pharmacology BSc and have been considering the CPE Law Conversion Course. However, the financial situation is very daunting, and I am getting mixed messages about how much the tuition fees are for the CPE and LPC courses.

    Is it true that the CPE is £5000? And that the LPC can be £5000 - £9000? (!!) Does the cost depend on where you do the course, or are there variations of the courses which can alter the fees?

    Also, is there any help available for students doing these courses? Where could I find such inforamtion?

    Any suggestions will be appreciated!

    Ali
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    it depends where you do it but those are the average prices yes.

    check out the law society for info
    http://www.lawsoc.org.uk/dcs/fourth_...134&Caller_ID=

    If you have a a degree you can also do a 2yr LLB at several unis check out ucas for details and you can do a 2yr MA at either Sheffield or Bristol.
 
 
 
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