Event: How to pass the SQE — with The College of Legal Practice
Thursday 25 May, 4pm to 6pm, taking place virtually
When it comes to preparing for and passing the new Solicitors Qualifying Exams (SQE), there is still a great deal of uncertainty amongst aspiring legal professionals, many of whom are unsure of what to expect and how best to prepare.
Join us on the afternoon of Thursday 25 May for a virtual student event, run in partnership with The College of Legal Practice. We’ll be joined by SQE experts from the College, including Jane Waddell and Kathryn Newton, academics with insights of designing and delivering SQE preparation, as well as students of the College who have recently passed the exams, to discuss their expertise and first-hand experience.
Time: 4pm to 6pm
Location: Virtual event
Level: Students, Graduates, Non-Law Professionals
How long do you have to answer each question? What is the legal focus of each question and how do you work this out? How should you revise to give yourself the best chance of passing? How does SQE1 differ to SQE2? With the College having seen ever growing numbers of students sitting the SQE, the speakers will use their knowledge of how the qualification is evolving to give you the inside line on how to best prepare for the SQE, including choosing the right course and provider for your SQE preparation.
• Jane Waddell, Head of Curriculum Design & Development at The College of Legal Practice and former TLT and Eversheds Sutherland partner
• Kathryn Newton, Programme Leader at The College of Legal Practice
• Ruth Ekong, passed the SQE 2 with The College of Legal Practice and is a practising solicitor
• Erin Tschiderer, passed the SQE 1 in January and is now working towards the SQE 2
After a panel discussion from 4pm to 5pm, there will be virtual networking with the speakers and other employability experts from The College of Legal Practice team for follow-up questions and further careers advice.
Apply to attend now. You’ll be asked to submit two questions for the speakers.