Difficulties ahead for University of Law/Oxford Brookes LPC deal

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  • I agree that the quality of the new LPC provided by the UoL for Oxford Brookes students cannot be guaranteed. The entire exercise is half-baked, a last moment arrangement from the OB management to save their skin after thousands of student's complaints and possible legal action. The reasons for the OXILP closure remain unknown because there were sufficient applicants for the course. Many current 3rd year LLB students who were planning to do the LPC with OXILP have now made alternative arrangements and will not change them because they feel they can no longer trust OB. The LPC course staff have been left out in the cold. The university's behaviour has been simply appalling, inexplicable and saddening for all concerned.

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