Linklaters launches fast-track LPC

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  • Interesting. Last year, Nigel Savage was worried about cutting course lengths....hope he's not losing too much sleep on this sudden U-turn ..
    On 9th Jan 2009, Nigel Savage, College of Law said:
    "I've got some worries about everyone cutting down content and reducing the length of course. What we're focussing on is putting more depth and rigour into our LPC".
    http://l2b.thelawyer.com/city-consortium-to-fast-track-trainees-through-lpc/136207.article

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  • A radical move by the SRA, when its already been run in other Law Schools? Thought that Fast Track meant quicker? January 2011 is another year away. Another great initiative. Thanks, but no thanks.

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  • I wonder which subjects have been shrunk - or heavily mutilated...
    How are the LPC students going to prepare satisfactorily for all the exams and do all their take-home assessments? Or maybe those on the firm-specific route will just get their ticks in the boxes - sorry, I mean 50% plus passes - to satisfy the SRA, and then jump into practice.
    Makes you question the purpose of this exorbitantly expensive LPC.

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  • Finally! Next step let the LLB from uni include LPC materials and get the LLB approved by the SRA. The ultimate LLB+!!!!!

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