Training in development
Legal Education: Change is afoot in the way young lawyers are trained, but proposals to ditch the legal practice course (LPC) have met with resistance from both large City firms and small local practices. Ben Mitchell looks at the current state of the debate
The future of legal training in the UK was thrust into the spotlight earlier this year, after the Law Society unveiled a reform package that promises to revolutionise the current legal education system.
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