National College of Legal Training terminates LPC and GDL

Waller-Davies, Becky
May 2013
Lawyer 2B;5/24/2013, p2
The article offers information on the termination of the two courses including legal practice course (LPC) and graduate diploma in law (GDL), by the National College of Legal Training (NCLT) in London, England. The college holds poor market conditions, and declining number of students in these courses responsible for its decision.


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