University of Law at Liverpool

Thanks to a new arrangement, students can study for The University of Law’s Legal Practice Course (LPC) and Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) at our Liverpool campus.

This adds to the already strong offer here at the University of Liverpool; students seeking a career in law have the convenience of both the academic stage of their training and now the ULaw Legal Practice Course available on campus.

Graduates looking to convert to law after completing an undergraduate degree in another discipline can study for ULaw’s Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL).

The University of Law will be responsible for providing the educational content, teaching and support of both programmes.

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Legal Practice Course (LPC)

As a law graduate aiming to become a solicitor, the LPC represents the final stage of training after gaining either a qualifying law degree or the Graduate Diploma in Law (law conversion course) and bridges the gap between academic study and training in a law firm.

Find out more about the University of Law’s LPC.

Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL)

The Graduate Diploma in Law is the first step for graduates wanting to convert to law after completing a non-law undergraduate degree.

Find out more about the University of Law’s GDL.