The University of Law partners with University of Reading

The University of Law partners with University of Reading

The University of Law programmes will soon be delivered at the University of Reading’s campus thanks to a new partnership between the two institutions.

 Launching this September, the initiative starts with the Legal Practice Course (LPC); from September 2018, the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) will also be included in the collaboration.

The project will be managed by Sarah Pooley, ULaw Guildford’s centre director, building on the positive relationship that already exists between Reading and the centre.  Professor Andrea Nollent, Vice-Chancellor & CEO of The University of Law, said: “This collaboration with University of Reading is testament to ULaw’s continued commitment towards delivering increased access to legal education for aspiring law professionals. 

“Combining our standing as the top ranked institution for student satisfaction in the UK with University of Reading’s world-class reputation, we believe our collective strength will equip students looking to enter the legal profession with the right skills needed to succeed in a competitive market.”

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