Firms prove indifferent to BPP Law School's degree courses
BPP Law School's plans to offer degrees to students have met with a cool reception from law firms, with many of the firms that have signed up to exclusive deals with the school admitting they have no active plans to put their graduates through the optional courses. BPP was granted degree-awarding status in September last year - giving students the opportunity to turn their Legal Practice Course (LPC) or Bar Vocational Course (BVC) into Masters degrees and the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) into an honours degree in law (LLB) for an additional fee.
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