Two-week course and dissertation component available to students who finish LPC

The Oxford Institute of Legal Practice at Oxford Brookes University has announced it will offer an LL.M. in Legal Practice as a supplement to their Legal Practice Course (LPC). Students who have completed the LPC at Oxford Brookes (or an LPC or BPTC from elsewhere) will have the option of taking a two-week course and completing a 12,000-word dissertation to get the LL.M. degree.

According to the institute, the new program "is designed to help students enhance their employability through the in-depth study of an area of legal practice."

For more information about the new program, please visit the program website.

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