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Why Choose This Course?
Passing the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) 1 and SQE 2 are essential steps in your route to qualifying as a solicitor. On this course, you will be taught by our outstanding teaching team, all of whom are experienced legal professionals and university lecturers, and who will provide you with the best training - at the lowest price currently available.
Our tutors will work with you to develop your essential legal skills whilst also preparing you for an assessment in which you will draw on your existing substantive legal knowledge and learn how to blend it with procedure to solve practical legal problems. You will also be supported to develop the five practical legal skills assessed in SQE 2. - take out??
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The FLK subject areas are:
You will also study the practical legal skills which constitute SQE 2’s assessments, namely:
The practice areas in which these legal skills are assessed are:
Prior to enrolling on the course, you will receive revision materials containing key principles of law applicable to the practice areas to be studied in this course and to be tested in SQE 1. Whilst there is no face to face teaching of these key principles of law you will be required to test your knowledge and understanding of them throughout the course by undertaking a number of MCQ’s and to build upon this using the resources provided.
The course is designed to build upon the knowledge and understanding of the law and skills that have been gained at undergraduate level. This is achieved through the use of realistic case studies relating to the law and procedure in the context of Dispute Resolution, Property Law and Practice, Business Law and Practice, Criminal Law and Practice and Wills and the Administration of Estates and Trusts.
You will then complete either a dissertation of 6,000 word dissertation focusing on a topic of research based on legal practice or two online bespoke electives relevant to work in practice. You will have the benefit of a dedicated academic supervisor for your dissertation and will be able to request one-to-one meetings for guidance.
How You’re Taught
Fees to be confirmed.
It should be noted that your fees for this preparation course do not include the costs of the Solicitor’s Qualifying Examination, which is a centralised assessment prescribed by the SRA and which is external to the University award relating to this course.
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