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Course Comparison Guide

Course Comparison Guide

The route to becoming a lawyer, solicitor or other law professional has become increasingly complex, and can often be confusing for learners that are unsure on which pathway is best suited to them.

Law Training Centre’s Course Comparison Guide provides those wishing to pursue a career within the legal profession with a wide range of options in a way that is easy to understand. In this interactive guide, we explain the options available to you in relation to your end goal, your timeframe for achieving that goal, your available resources in terms of time and funding, and how deep and varied you want your studies to be.

Whether you know what qualification you want to achieve, or just know you want to get into the legal profession, the Course Comparison Guide will simplify the often confusing landscape of legal education.

Our Course Comparison Guide offers full details about the following:

  • Routes to qualifying as a lawyer with Law Training Centre, with or without a degree 
  • CILEX (Chartered Institute of Legal Executives) CPQ and CILEX Legacy routes for legal executives 
  • SQE (Solicitors Qualifying Exam) for both SQE1 and SQE2 route for solicitors (with a range of courses to suit budgets and prior experience) 
  • CLC (Council for Licensed Conveyancers) routes for conveyancing and probate 
  • NALP (National Association of Licenced Paralegals) route for paralegals 

If you would like to discuss your options further, please contact our friendly Student Services Team at [email protected].

Other course options at Law Training Centre

Law Training Centre also offers a range of other courses that are not discussed within our Course Comparison Guide.

If you are considering qualifying as a Notary, Law Training Centre has been selected by The Faculty Office of the Archbishop of Canterbury (FOAC) as the preferred provider of the Notarial Academic Training Course.

We also understand that not everyone wants or needs to become fully qualified, but may instead just need to learn more about the law. For these people, we offer a range of short courses and industry standard courses (such as our Propertymark qualifications) to support them on their legal education journey.

Find out more about our other courses here.


Access Law Clinic and Qualifying Work Experience

Law Training Centre is proud to be partnered with Access Law Clinic to support our learners in gaining Qualifying Work Experience (QWE) towards their SQE qualifications.

Access Law Clinic is an online clinic dedicated to breaking down barriers to law. They offer students valuable pro bono work experience on a flexible basis, where they can work alongside practising solicitors to support those who may otherwise be unable to afford legal guidance.

To find out more about Access Law Clinic and how they can support Law Training Centre learners, please visit their website.

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