Event: SQE and LPC: current students share their thoughts — with The University of Law
Tuesday 6 June, 4pm to 6pm, taking place virtually
Over the next few years aspiring lawyers will have the option to qualify via either the Solicitors Qualifying Exam (SQE) or the Legal Practice Course (LPC), before the latter is phased out.
Join us on the afternoon of Tuesday 6 June for a virtual student event with The University of Law (ULaw), where those who are doing or have completed each of the courses themselves will explore both the SQE and LPC in depth, breaking down their pros and cons.
Time: 4pm to 6pm
Location: Virtual event
Level: Students, Graduates
The ULaw SQE and LPC students who have secured training contacts at leading law firms will discuss their first-hand experiences, providing an invaluable insight into how the courses differ, some of the factors to consider when choosing which path is right for you, and the key skills required to be successful. Alongside them will be a careers expert from ULaw to provide further guidance for students.
• Apolloniya Vlasova, LLM Legal Practice (SQE1&2) student and future trainee at Mishcon de Reya
• Michael Taylor, LLM Legal Practice (SQE1&2) student and future trainee at Charles Russell Speechlys
• Lauren Novelli, LPC LLM student and future trainee at Mills & Reeve
• Joanna Earl, LPC student and future trainee at Moore Barlow LLP
• Kelly Keeble, tutor at London Bloomsbury who previously studied the LPC at ULaw
After the panel discussion there will be virtual networking with the speakers and the ULaw employability team.
Apply to attend. You’ll be asked to submit two questions for the speakers.