Online BPP Events

Find out about a range of events from open evenings to advice sessions on training contracts, pupillage and the SQE!

Barrister & Solicitor

Law events for students on both the solicitor or barrister pathway

Expert panellists

Advice from legal professionals and professors with years of experience

Preparation for study

Find out exactly what you need to do to progress your legal career

Virtual Open Evening: Law Foundations Course

This online session provides an opportunity to speak with tutors about studying our Law Foundations Course at BPP University Law School. This course was formally known as Law Conversion Course (PGDL).

Date: May 3rd 2022

Time: 17:00 – 18:00

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Is a legal career for me?

This session is aimed at career changers, non-law graduates and law undergraduates and will help you gain a better understanding as to whether a legal career is for you, and if so, whether you are suited to becoming a solicitor or a barrister.

Date: May 4th 2022

Time: 17:00 – 18:00

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Virtual Open Evening: Legal Practice Course (LPC)

This online session provides an opportunity to speak with tutors and existing students about studying the Legal Practice Course (LPC) at BPP University Law School.

Date: May 10th 2022

Time: 17:00 – 18:00

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How to fund your legal training

In this webinar we’ll take a detailed look at our scholarships, external scholarships, Master’s loan finance, private loans and other ways to finance your career.

We’ll also take a look at how to apply for a BPP University Law School scholarship and what we’re looking for in a good application, as well as payment options for you to pay for your course in a way that suits you best.

Date: May 11th 2022

Time: 17:00 – 18:00

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Virtual Open Evening: SQE courses for non-law graduates

This Virtual Open Evening will cover the route to qualifying as a solicitor as a non-law graduate. The evening will be split into two sessions.

The first will cover our Law Foundations Course (also known as the PGDL), a course designed to build your foundational knowledge and skills, which is also closely aligned to the foundational law elements of SQE1; and

The second session will then focus on our range of SQE courses, including SQE1 Preparation, Essentials for Practice and SQE2 Coaching.

Date: May 17th 2022

Time: 17:00 – 18:45

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Virtual Open Evening: SQE courses for law graduates

This online session provides an opportunity to speak with tutors about studying for the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) as a law, PGDL or GDL graduate at BPP University Law School.

This Virtual Open Evening will cover the route to qualifying as a solicitor. You can opt for a standalone course that progresses your legal training to the next stage, or choose a more comprehensive package, such as our SQE Training for Law Graduates, which will give you better value.

Date: May 17th 2022

Time: 17:00 – 18:45

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How to interview a client

In this webinar you’ll learn some of the basic skills which may come in handy at an assessment centre or pupillage committee interview if you’re ever asked to undertake a role play with a client.

And for those students who wish to volunteer, you will also be given the opportunity to practise what you learn in a role play we have prepared especially for you. This is also great practice for any students looking to participate in BPP’s wide range of Pro Bono projects if you are thinking of studying with us.

Date: May 18th 2022

Time: 17:00 – 18:00

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Virtual Open Evening: Bar courses for non-law graduates

This Virtual Open Evening will cover the route to qualifying as a barrister as a non-law graduate. The evening will be split into two sessions:

the first will cover our Law Foundations Course (also known as the PGDL), a course designed to build your foundational knowledge and skills; and

the second session will then focus on our Barrister Training Course (BTC), which will help you prepare for the BSB’s centralised assessments, gain the competitive edge you need to secure pupillage and prepare for life as a barrister.

Date: May 24th 2022

Time: 17:00 – 18:45

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Virtual Open Evening: Bar courses for law graduates

This online session provides an opportunity for candidates with a law degree, PGDL or GDL to speak with tutors and existing students about studying for the Bar at BPP University Law School as a law-graduate.

This Virtual Open Evening will cover the route to qualifying as a barrister as a law graduate. The evening will focus on our Barrister Training Course (BTC) which will help you prepare for the BSB’s centralised assessments, gain the competitive edge you need to secure pupillage and prepare for life as a barrister.

Date: May 24th 2022

Time: 17:00 – 18:45

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Should I study the LPC or SQE?

The route to qualification as a solicitor has changed with the introduction of the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE).

At BPP University Law School, we understand that to make decisions about your future, you need to have all the facts to hand. You may be uncertain about how the changes affect you and/or need advice on your available options.

By attending this session, you will get answers to your questions and clear advice from leading legal educators on the key factors you need to consider when making your decision.

Date: May 25th 2022

Time: 17:00 – 18:00

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Alibi Busting Workshop

The students attending will, initially, design a strategy to compromise the alibi of a defendant who is on trial for robbery. The Defendant and the person with whom it is alleged he has conspired will then be cross-examined by counsel, who will only raise questions which are suggested by the student audience until the alibi is busted. You should leave the workshop will a real sense of achievement!

Date: June 1st 2022

Time: 13:00 – 14:00

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SQE 1 Student Panel

The SQE1 assessments will be a rigorous test of your knowledge of law and legal practise across a wide range of subjects. How do you retain all that knowledge? How do you approach the two SQE1 papers which each contain 180 single best answer multiple choice questions? Hear from those who have been through the process, with all your questions answered – apart from the 360 you will eventually have to attempt in a Pearson test centre!

Date: June 6th 2022

Time: 13:00 – 14:00

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Virtual Open Evening: Legal Practice Course (LPC)

This online session provides an opportunity to speak with tutors and existing students about studying the Legal Practice Course (LPC) at BPP University Law School.

Date: June 7th 2022

Time: 17:00 – 18:00

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Virtual Open Evening: SQE courses for non-law graduates

This Virtual Open Evening will cover the route to qualifying as a solicitor as a non-law graduate. The evening will be split into two sessions.

The first will cover our Law Foundations Course (also known as the PGDL), a course designed to build your foundational knowledge and skills, which is also closely aligned to the foundational law elements of SQE1; and

The second session will then focus on our range of SQE courses, including SQE1 Preparation, Essentials for Practice and SQE2 Coaching.

Date: June 14th 2022

Time: 17:00 – 18:45

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Virtual Open Evening: SQE courses for law graduates

This online session provides an opportunity to speak with tutors about studying for the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) as a law, PGDL or GDL graduate at BPP University Law School.

This Virtual Open Evening will cover the route to qualifying as a solicitor. You can opt for a standalone course that progresses your legal training to the next stage, or choose a more comprehensive package, such as our SQE Training for Law Graduates, which will give you better value.

Date: June 14th 2022

Time: 17:00 – 18:45

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How to answer questions in law firm applications

Struggling with your law firm application? This webinar will focus on how to turn average-to-good answers into those of a candidate who will be seriously considered. You will get an opportunity to forensically examine answers to two questions which are frequently asked by law firms. By the end of the workshop, you will have been given tips on how to optimise the structure of your answers and how to add value to the content, so you have the best opportunity of standing out from the crowd.

Date: June 15th 2022

Time: 17:00 – 18:00

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Advocacy Taster Workshop

A highly interactive session during which you will spot examples of good, bad and indifferent advocacy. A great opportunity to observe our collaborative approach to teaching this crucial core skill for future barristers. The same approach is used in our Barrister Training Course (BTC).

Date: June 20th 2022

Time: 13:00 – 14:00

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Virtual Open Evening: Bar courses for non-law graduates

This Virtual Open Evening will cover the route to qualifying as a barrister as a non-law graduate. The evening will be split into two sessions:

the first will cover our Law Foundations Course (also known as the PGDL), a course designed to build your foundational knowledge and skills; and

the second session will then focus on our Barrister Training Course (BTC), which will help you prepare for the BSB’s centralised assessments, gain the competitive edge you need to secure pupillage and prepare for life as a barrister.

Date: June 21st 2022

Time: 17:00 – 18:45

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Virtual Open Evening: Bar courses for law graduates

This online session provides an opportunity for candidates with a law degree, PGDL or GDL to speak with tutors and existing students about studying for the Bar at BPP University Law School as a law-graduate.

This Virtual Open Evening will cover the route to qualifying as a barrister as a law graduate. The evening will focus on our Barrister Training Course (BTC) which will help you prepare for the BSB’s centralised assessments, gain the competitive edge you need to secure pupillage and prepare for life as a barrister.

Date: June 21st 2022

Time: 17:00 – 18:45

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How to fund your legal training

In this webinar we’ll take a detailed look at our scholarships, external scholarships, Master’s loan finance, private loans and other ways to finance your career.

We’ll also take a look at how to apply for a BPP University Law School scholarship and what we’re looking for in a good application, as well as payment options for you to pay for your course in a way that suits you best.

Date: June 28th 2022

Time: 17:00 – 18:00

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Should I study the LPC or SQE?

The route to qualification as a solicitor has changed with the introduction of the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE).

At BPP University Law School, we understand that to make decisions about your future, you need to have all the facts to hand. You may be uncertain about how the changes affect you and/or need advice on your available options.

By attending this session, you will get answers to your questions and clear advice from leading legal educators on the key factors you need to consider when making your decision.

Date: June 29th 2022

Time: 17:00 – 18:00

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