BPP's free courses: a boost to law student prospects or just a marketing gimmick?
It's a tough time for law graduates. For those who emerge from the legal practice course (LPC) without a training contract, the wave of job cuts currently sweeping through the market means prospects for aspiring lawyers look bleak. So, at first glance, BPP Law School's offer of a free qualification worth up to £16,500 for its LPC students who have failed to secure a legal job six months after graduation sounds like a fantastic deal.
Alex Newman gauges reaction from the frontline of legal education to BPP’s attractive offer for jobless grads
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