Legal Practice Course

noun

  • The Practice of Law

Definitions of Legal Practice Course

  • a course that must be taken in England and Wales after university study by people who want to become solicitors in England and Wales; the aim of the course is to bridge the gap (=make the difference smaller) between the academic study of law at university and the practical legal training and experience of the first years at a law firm

    He possesses a BA Hons in law from Cambridge and followed that with a year studying at the College of Law in London where he took his Legal Practice Course.

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