The Legal Cheek View
Located near Gray’s Inn Garden, a leafy oasis where students like to relax, City University delivers the LPC in the heart of historic legal London. City students say the “excellent teaching”, “good atmosphere” and “passionate teachers” make its LPC course “well worth it”. City incorporates the Inns of Court School of Law which means that there are more than an average number of wannabe barristers floating about.
As you’d expect, the LPC course at City is “very practice focused”. Many of the course materials have “some effort put into them”, but they’re “ultimately designed to mimic what will be in an exam”. The choice of electives is “nothing special”. But the law school does offer all the traditional options.
The teaching is “great” and the tutors are “really passionate and always on hand to help”. They make an effort “to get to know you” and “genuinely care about you and how you are getting on”. It’s “delivered in small groups” and so there’s “a lot of one to one feedback” up for grabs.