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Law Taster Session

Are you an aspiring solicitor or barrister? Or, perhaps you want to work in compliance or financial services. Delivered over two years, our LLB at Buckingham will support you in achieving your career ambitions.

Come and see our mooting room, try a small group tutorial session, meet our friendly staff and current students. Discover if we are right for you.

For those interested in qualifying as a solicitor in the UK, the webinar will explain the recent introduction of SQE (Solicitors Qualifying Examinations) and how our law degrees help prepare you for these professional exams, enabling you to choose the accelerated SQE1 preparation courses after graduation. Our innovative and diverse curriculum also contributes to preparation for the practice orientated SQE2, both SQE1 and SQE2 being necessary for qualification as a solicitor.

For those students wishing to qualify as an English barrister, we will explain how our law degrees (single or combined honours) satisfy the academic component of Bar training, the necessary first step to qualifying as an English barrister. Our LLB also satisfies the necessary first step for qualifying as a lawyer in various common law jurisdictions, including Canada, Nigeria, the Bahamas, and Bermuda.

We will also explain how we offer a broad range of extra-curricular opportunities to develop your professional skills and experience of legal practice.

At this taster, you will meet members of the law academic team who will explain these aspects of our offer and more. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions to both academics and current students.

This is an in-person event being held at our Buckingham campus, and will not be available online at this time. If you are unable to come to our campus try booking one of our online events.

Taster Day Admission: Free

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