UCL Laws Events & CPD
Develop your expertise - Masters' Level Courses
We recognise that many legal professionals need to update their knowledge or further their careers by developing a particular skill but without the time to commit to a full Masters programme. To meet this need we have expanded our Continuing Legal Education short course programme – offering busy professionals an alternative to full-time study.
At UCL Law Faculty you can enrol on ONE of the specialised Masters courses, offering two hours of tuition each week for either 20 week or 10 weeks courses between October and March. Continuing Legal Education students do not take the examination at the end of the academic year or other assessments. A UCL Laws Certificate of Attendance is issued at the end of their study period. A number of courses are run in the late afternoon or early evening and are, therefore, more accessible for practitioners.
These courses are for legal professionals living and working in and around London. It is not a distance learning programme. If you require a distance learning programme please see the University of London External LLM programme.
Note: A CLE student is not permitted to transfer to the LLM degree or accumulate passes and then apply to be awarded a degree. Please note that all modules are subject to change or cancellation.
|The Courses||Details of the courses that will be available in the 2013-14 session will be available soon|
|Course length:||10 weeks or 20 weeks (2 hours tuition per week)|
|Term 1||Monday 30 September - Friday 13 December
Reading week = 4 - 8 Novmeber)
|Term 2||Monday 13 January - Friday 28 March 2014
(Reading week = 17 - 21 February)
10 week courses = £1500
The course fee includes tuition, access to the UCL Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle) for course materials, a UCL email account, Student ID card and access to the UCL library (no borrowing).
|UCL Alumni Discounts||A discount of 15% on all Continuing Education courses will be applied to bookings from UCL graduates.|
|Entry Requirements:||The standard of teaching is at Master's level on all CLE courses. Applicants should be UK practising solicitors or barristers, or be qualified
to practice as a lawyer in another English speaking country or the EU.
All courses are taught in English.
|When to Apply||
Applications to study as a CLE students should be made by:
Events & CPD Manager
Tel: 020 7679 1514