Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) Q&A at University of Kent - LTC

SQE Unpacked - SQE Q&A with Law Training Centre

A chance to find out about the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE), what to expect and how to prepare for it now.

If you want to be a solicitor after 2021, the most likely way you will do this is through the SQE. Law Training Centre’s director Dino Dullabh will be answering any and all questions regarding the upcoming Solicitors Qualifying Examination at a special Kent Student Law Society event.
Do you want to find out if the SQE will be harder than the current LPC? Are you concerned about the impact the SQE will have on your future career? Is the GDL worth studying now? Maybe you’ve heard just enough about the SQE to know you need better information.
Join us on 11th February in Sibson Lecture Theatre 2 from 6PM – 8PM for a Q&A about the upcoming Solicitor’s Qualifying Examination. This is relevant to all students who might consider pursuing a career as a Solicitor, whatever your degree.
Dino Dullabh and Eve Dullabh have been delivering legal qualifications for years. Their passion to help learners find alternative pathways into law places them at the foreground of supplying learners with the approaching SQE.
Send us your questions in ahead of time! Drop us a line at with the subject, “I have a question about the SQE!” and Dino will answer you on the day.
Tuesday 11th February 2020
18:00 – 20:00
at Sibson Lecture Theatre 2, University of Kent, Canterbury CT2 7PE