Bristol Law School at UWE - True Picture

Bristol Law School at UWE

Bristol Law School,
University of the West of England,
BS16 1QY

University profile
UWE Bristol Law School is widely recognised as one of the leading providers of professional legal education in the UK. We have a reputation for excellence and for delivering courses (full and parttime) of the very highest quality. Our courses are taught by experienced solicitors or barristers teaching within their own subject areas. We have everything you need to enhance your career prospects and have a very strong track record of assisting students that have not secured training contracts or pupillage.

Graduate Diploma in Law
Our GDL enables you as a non-law graduate to progress with confidence to the LPC/BPTC, and is supported by a dedicated team of tutors who understand the demands of the GDL route. The curriculum is divided into two teaching blocks with assessments after each block. Teaching is not shared with undergraduates.

LLM Advanced Legal Practice (LPC)
The practical, wide-ranging Legal Practice Course leading to a Masters qualification, will provide you with the broad and rigorous foundation needed to be ‘practice ready’. Our LPC is the longest established in Bristol and the region with a reputation of the highest quality, giving students a strong foundation for a career in Law.

LLM Bar Professional Training Studies (BPTC)
With its reputation for teaching excellence, high levels of student satisfaction outstanding pastoral care and first class facilities, our BPTC leading to Masters Qualification is highly commended by the BSB. There are exceptional links with the local Bar which provide for a number of advocacy and mooting competitions sponsored by local Chambers and an additional Western Circuit sponsored advocacy prize. Included in the course fee is training which provides the opportunity for students to become accredited civil commercial mediators.
For both the LLM Advanced Legal Practice / BPTS, these are different options to complete your LLM, which allow you to form your continuing professional development as a reflective practitioner.
Eligible students can apply for PG loan funding to undertake the full Masters programmes.