The Legal Practice Course (LPC) is the stage of vocational training for those intending to qualify as solicitors. It is usually taken after completing a qualifying Law degree or the Common Professional Examination (CPE).
The Solicitors Regulation Authority’s website has highly comprehensive information regarding LPCs and all the providers, which can be found at: www.sra.org.uk/students/lpc.page.
We have compiled a short table of some of the providers but it is by no means an exhaustive list.
|LPC Provider||Location||Open Days||At Law Fair?||Website|
|BPP Law School||Leeds
London (Holborn & Waterloo)
|Cardiff Law School||Cardiff||–||–||www.law.cf.ac.uk|
|City Law School||London||–||–||www.city.ac.uk/law|
|Manchester Metropolitan University||Manchester||–||–||www.law.mmu.ac.uk|
|Oxford Institute of Legal Practice||Oxford||–||–||www.brookes.ac.uk/schools|
|The College of Law||Birmingham
|University of Northumbria||Newcastle||–||–||www.northumbria.ac.uk|