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ULaw vs BPP: hostilities subside, war goes on and on

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  • Not to be forgotton is BPP's efforts in developing a combined studies training contract with Eversheds. This is an innovative solution to the draw of having to be at university for another year before commencing the training contract and putting an end to students studying modules that they may never work in the field of. Perhaps this will give BPP another edge if the scheme is to prove a success.

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  • Given the fact that ULaw chopped it's 'Education & Innovation' function by more than two-thirds, losing the vast majority of it's top talent who opted to leave rather than take reduced status in the latest re-organisation, I doubt whether it has the ability to innovate and react to market changes. Don't be fooled by claims of 'internationalisation' either. The LPC is not an international qualification and LETR, if implemented correctly, could severely hit tHe LPC market even further.

    No, the decision to call it the University of Law was silly (why not play to it's strengths and call it the English National University for instance) and egotistical, it has neither the research reputation of Russell Group universities nor the business school reputation of BPP. It is a rudderless tanker in a sea of change only it's size will keep forward momentum long enough for it to be lined up for a sale to a publishing company when Montagu decide to exit at the end of their plan.

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