Changes to Qualification in Law

19 Apr 2018

Published in: Skills

As a result of significant changes to legal education and routes to qualification announced by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, the University of Wolverhampton Law School is leading the way in designing their legal education that meets the needs of those wishing to practice law and thereby serving the needs of the legal profession in the future. 

Starting in 2018, the Law School will be one of the first schools in the country to offer a revised law degree that provides the foundations of knowledge that will prepare prospective individuals wishing to qualify as solicitors from 2020 onwards. 


In addition to changes to the curriculum, the Law School has launched the Level 6 Chartered Legal Executive Apprenticeship. This 5 year apprenticeship offers apprentices and law firms a fantastic opportunity to upskill existing workforce as well as recruiting new staff who will contribute to the long term business of a firm.

For further details on these developments, please contact: Head of Law School, Mr Sukhninder Panesar on S.Panesar3@wlv.ac.uk or Rebecca Mincher on Rebecca.Mincher@wlv.ac.uk

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