Tag: The University of Law

Law school wars: Nabarro first to pick a side after Kaplan’s courses sink

City firm Nabarro makes the first move, selecting BPP as GDL and LPC provider in wake of Kaplan's withdrawal from market next year

Sep 4 2015 2:33pm

ULaw pulls plug on business school just weeks after launch

Opening of highly touted De Broc is shelved indefinitely owing to low student interest

Aug 28 2015 3:50pm

The Judge Rules: Bye-bye LPC and training contract, hello unified bar exam

Kaplan’s demise triggers speculation that a streamlined qualification process will arrive sooner than many anticipated

Aug 28 2015 10:30am

University of Law’s new boss is a closet punk rocker

Chief executive by day, pogoing headbanger by night

Aug 13 2015 9:33am

University of Law boss stands down in post-sale top-tier shake-up

Exclusive: Chief executive goes and top finance man is also thought to be heading for door

Aug 3 2015 9:36am

From asylum seeker to legal apprentice

Years of fighting to stay in Britain got Muna Ahmed interested in the law

Jul 20 2015 12:59pm

How to fund your way through the BPTC

By bagging two scholarships and working part-time, University of Law bar graduate Sam Frost was able to keep costs down as he pursued his barrister ambitions

Jun 24 2015 2:25pm