Elite City firms lead the curve on take-up of accelerated LPC
The accelerated Legal Practice Course (LPC) has yet to gain traction outside an elite band of City firms, with just seven of the UK's top 30 firms opting to give trainees the chance to complete the course in seven months. Two-thirds of the UK's top 30 law firms have opted not to offer the course - permitted since 2009 - as yet, according to Legal Week research.
Seven of UK top 30 firms opt in to accelerated seven-month LPC
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