The College of Legal Practice: What Students told us about the first SQE1: SQE Insights
30th November 2021 at 12:30 pm - Online
This webinar is the next in The College of Legal Practice’s SQE Insights series for Legal L&D professionals and those involved in recruiting, developing and supporting aspiring solicitors.
In this webinar you will be one of the first to hear about the College’s founding SQE students’ experiences of taking the SQE1 Assessment in November. We will share our learnings from our first course through to the assessments, and how we can help future students prepare fully for SQE1.
You can register here.
Topics covered in the webinar:
- The format and style of the SQE1 Assessments
- Feedback from students from the SQE1 Assessment in November
- Learning for the College and organisations to improve preparation for future students.
There will be an opportunity to ask any questions you have about either the SQE or the training programmes.
Background information on The College of Legal Practice
The College of Legal Practice is an accredited postgraduate legal education provider offering highly flexible SQE preparation courses at competitive prices. You can find out more about our courses and how we work with the legal sector on our website.
Background on Speaker – Dr Giles Proctor, CEO, The College of Legal Practice
Dr Giles Proctor qualified as a solicitor with Addleshaw Goddard in Manchester and practiced in corporate and commercial law before entering teaching and completing his PhD.
Giles has designed and delivered commercial diploma courses and corporate training for ‘magic circle’ law firms, whilst at Nottingham Law School and the University of Law. He managed the successful opening of a new law school for Kaplan, delivering postgraduate legal education, in partnership with Nottingham Law School, to over 16 City firms.
Giles helped found Roehampton Law School (the Law School), which opened in September 2015, the teaching at the Law School being guided by the philosophy of ‘law in practice’, teaching law to students in the context of legal practice, using tutors who are overwhelmingly ex-practitioners. He joined The College of Legal Practice as Chief Executive Officer in February 2020 and leads our business engagement, collaborating with firms and Universities to develop bespoke training programmes.