Law schools to increase fees despite downturn
Three of London's law schools have considerably increased their Legal Practice Course (LPC), despite the widespread cost-cutting measures currently being implemented across the profession. BPP Law School has hiked annual fees for its London LPC students by more than 9% to £12,500, a move that means it remains the country's most expensive law school. The college's branches in Leeds and Manchester will see a more modest increase of 4.7%, from from £9,550 up to £9,995.
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