Firm-specific course set to be introduced as LPC group splits
Leading London law firms abandon LPC for bespoke courses with the College of Law
Leading London law firms Allen & Overy, Clifford Chance and Linklaters have abandoned the controversial City Legal Practice Course (LPC) to develop bespoke courses with the College of Law, while the remaining five members of the consortium that developed the course have awarded the contract for teaching it solely to London’s BPP Law School.
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