SQE myths and half-truths — with BPP University Law School

Tuesday 13 February, 4pm to 6pm, taking place virtually

Join us on the afternoon of Tuesday 13 February for a virtual student event with BPP University Law School.

With the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) still relatively new – having been first introduced in September 2021 – the regime has attracted an abundance of myths and half-truths surrounding preparation courses, accessibility, funding and costs. The SQE is complex, meaning it’s vitally important for students to have the correct information.

Date: Tuesday 13 February 2024
Time: 4pm to 6pm
Location: Virtual event
Level: Students, Graduates

Caroline Rayson, SQE1 Award Leader at BPP University Law School, will be leading the discussion by unpacking myths about the SQE. Rayson, a former City lawyer, will be joined by some of BPP’s current SQE students, who will provide insights into their experiences on the course, as well as offering advice to those considering the SQE as part of their future studies.

The speakers

Caroline Rayson, SQE1 Award Leader at BPP University Law School and former City lawyer
Christian Stocker, BPP SQE student and future trainee solicitor at Walker Morris
Nathalia Khawand, BPP SQE LLM student and future trainee solicitor at Allen & Overy
Azzurra Russo, BPP SQE LLM student

After the panel discussion, there will be virtual networking with the BPP University Law School team for follow-up questions and further careers advice.

Apply to attend. You’ll be asked to submit two questions for the speakers.