Revealed: the employment rates of the top LPC providers

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  • Oh gosh. Nottingham Law School's stats have plummeted. Is it a case of people not wanting to have to live in that crime ridden city?

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  • 'BPP Law School ... did not ... indicate how many of its students gained training contracts'
    Of course it didn't. Why should it? Lets not upset the gravy train now.

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  • These figures are misleading. It does not say how many of the LPC students are being funded by law firms and as such, have Training Contracts already. In thoses cases, the LPC providers cannot claim to have "improved" their employability.

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  • I would rather know how many students gained a training contract AFTER taking a course at those Universities. Everything else would be misleading and also dishonest in terms of promoting the careers service. Of course, gaining a TC is the highest measure of success, but someone getting on a course with one in the bag already should not count towards their statistics. How stupid do they think we are?

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