Opportunities to train and take the examinations to become a qualified lawyer in just 1 or 2 years.

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Courses availiable from as little as £399* .

Contact us for course prices ,time- table details and more information on 0844 272 5956 or 07783 700812 (24hrs)
Students may start courses immediately, any time of the year , Daytime, Evenings or weekends.

20% discount off your tuition fees for full payment of tuition fees on registration 
20% discount off your tuition fees for each new student introduced 
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The London College of Law

The London College of Law is one of the most distinctive organisations within the legal training market. We are an accredited centre with the institute of legal executives (ILEX).

Our style has always broken the traditions of legal training yet brings successful results. In fact one of our teaching staff's students was awarded The Blackstone Prize for obtaining the highest mark in the UK & Ireland whilst studying on The University of London External Law Degree Programme and in the same year a 100% pass rate was achieved by ILEX students.

Partnership Relationships

The London College of Law in association with the Paralegal Charity has attracted funding and engaged in partnership relationships with socially responsible and innovative private sector organisations such as Cisco Systems LTD and many solicitor firms as well as public sector institutions such as The Crown Prosecution Service, The Commission For Racial Equality, The Disability Rights Commission, The Metropolitan Police, The Royal Courts of Justice, The Ministry of Defence and JobcentrePlus,as well as delivering vocational training contracts for The Office of the Deputy Prime Minister The Training and Enterprise,Council,The European Social Fund, The Learning and Skills Council, The London Borough of Haringey Local Authority, The Royal Navy And The Royal Marines, The Parachute Regiment, Tottenham Task Force & The Seven Sisters Bridge New Deal For The Communities etc in order to give accredited vocational & academic qualifications both to employed and unemployed persons and thus enable them to obtain or retain sustainable employment.


In addition our trainees have successfully obtained employment in many public sector organisations such as The Crown Prosecution Service, The Probation Service, The Department of Constitutionals Affairs, The Metropolitan Police, The National Health Service, The Immigration National directorate, The Royal Courts of Justice and the UK Detention Service.

Choosing where you want to study or to be trained can be one of the most difficult yet important decisions you will make in your life. The London College of Law offers you some stimulating, challenging and enjoyable academic and professional experiences which will help you to choose your future career pathways and to succeed in your studies. We believe in providing a comprehensive environment for all our students, within an energetic learning atmosphere.

Legal Training

The legal training that we give to our students offers great flexibility and support. We provide some of the best beginners and foundation courses in the country. Our internal tests and assessments allow even beginners to step effortlessly into their career paths.

We can honestly say that our trainers are second to none as we spend a great deal of time on their selection process, so you can be sure that they have a great track record of success and have a wealth of experience to pass on and share with the students in the class room.

A Career in Law

There are some 10,000 solicitor firms currently in private practice in this country, and around 11,500 self-employed barristers (14,000 including employed barristers). There are also over 23,000 members of the Institute of Legal Executives (Legal Executives are Lawyers who specialise in a specific area of law). There are also many thousands of qualified and non-qualified paralegal's who operate in numerous roles throughout the legal profession. From accredited police station representatives and accredited immigration advisors to outdoor clerks, process servers, court reporters and will writers etc. These areas of practice provide a home for the vast majority of our lawyers in the United Kingdom . But not everyone who successfully completes the academic stages decides to go into private practice. Many go on to work as lawyers in other organisations, such as in industry as an in-house lawyer, or for any number of other organisations that employ legal services. Others utilise the skills they have learned during their training without actually practising as a lawyer. It isn't just the Tony Blair's of this world who start out with a legal training and end up with what, on the surface, seems like a completely different job.


Legal training is a valuable commodity outside the world of solicitors and barristers. Many employers will value the skills you have learned through your legal training. These skills include: the ability to research, collect and analyse large amounts of information; to weigh-up points and counter points; and to create a logical argument and reasoned conclusion from a set of facts. The ability to communicate clearly with the public and the profession alike is another sought after ability. Discretion, the ability to handle and work under pressure, and a first-class memory are all abilities valued in the general career market. Apart from working as a Barrister or a Solicitor there are many different career options available for those with legal knowledge and training. for example work is available in: the civil Service , Financial institutions, Government legal services ,Law Centres, Industry etc

Civil Service
Financial Institutions
Government Legal Services
Law Centres
Legal Executives

Legal Publishing & Court Reporters
Licensed Conveyancers
Local Government
Magistrates Court Services
The Prosecution Service

There are also many other work options including notaries, patent agents, chartered secretaries, barristers' clerks, legal secretaries, law costs draftsman, court workers and legal recruitment agents.