The School of Justice at the University of Central Lancashire in Preston is a sector leader in law and legal professional education, with established connections in the local legal community and an excellent record in graduate employability. We are experienced in the delivery of the Legal Practice Course, having taught a part time LPC since 1994 and a full time LPC programme since 2000.
Today, our competitively priced LLM in Legal Practice incorporates the Legal Practice Course plus the independent study and research necessary for the award of Master of Laws LLM qualification. You will be taught by professionally qualified lecturers, with experience in regional and national legal practice, in a highly practical and inclusive learning environment, designed to prepare you for real-life legal situations. We offer all of our students individual support to help them maximise their potential and realise their career aspirations.
We also offer a well-established Graduate Diploma in Law course taught by professionally qualified and research-active lecturers, with experience in practice as solicitors, barristers, judges and as senior managers in major organisations.
Apply for full-time courses through LawCAB.
Apply directly to UCLAN for part-time courses.