Unveiling the Legal Cheek Law School Most Lists

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By Alex Aldridge on

Every single GDL, LPC and BPTC course in England and Wales — reviewed

Following the success of the Firms Most List and the Chambers Most List, Legal Cheek can now unveil its brand new Law School Most Lists.

There is one for each of the GDL, LPC and BPTC, and between them they contain unique The Legal Cheek View profiles for the over 100 vocational law courses offered by the various providers across England and Wales.

Peruse the GDL Most List 2017-18

In addition, there is a full breakdown of fees, course sizes, entry requirements, scholarship information and more.

The new Law School Most Lists and accompanying profiles is the first coordinated project to bring together GDL, LPC and BPTC provider data with independent analysis about the courses.

Peruse the LPC Most List 2017-18

It follows Legal Cheek’s survey of over 1,000 GDL, LPC and BPTC students in which we asked them about all aspects of the courses — including quality of teaching, materials, standard of facilities, careers service, social life and value for money. In the process we received hundreds of insightful comments, some of which we have included in our write-ups (anonymously, of course).

Peruse the BPTC Most List 2017-18

With roll-out set for 2020, the new solicitor super-exam is set to fundamentally shake up legal education, increasing — it is hoped — the choice on offer for those seeking to qualify as lawyers. So we’ll be building on our law school lists and profiles further to give students the most comprehensive picture possible about exactly what they are signing up for at this time of great change in legal education.

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