Nottingham Law School

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Nottingham Law School
Parent school Nottingham Trent University
School type Public
Dean Andrea Nollent
Location Nottingham, England
Enrollment ~2800
Faculty 100
Website www.ntu.ac.uk/nls

Nottingham Law School is a law school in the UK with over 100 full-time lecturers and 2800 students. It is an academic and professional institution, part of Nottingham Trent University, situated in the East Midlands.

United Kingdom is known for its leading large diverse university specialized in law. This reputable university has been known as Nottingham Law School, which specializes in different fields of education in law. [1] Nottingham Law school main goal is to provide their students careers that they are guaranteed after the completion of their graduation. [2] The Nottingham University law school has been credited for its overall high standing amongst the many other law schools in the world, know for it’s reputation of high standards of research in law, and consisting of prestigious educated professors and faculty members [3]

The faculty of Nottingham Law School was known for developing and creating the Legal Practice Course that includes the training and schooling of law designed courses that deal with the actuality of the legal system, demonstrating the different skills required for indulging with law in the year of 1990s. [4] With the development of the new designed course, the professors and teachers of the Nottingham Law School decided to take the initiative of enrolling more students into the program. [5] The law school also took the stance on initiating part-time students into the course, as well as raising the number of seats in the course for students enrolled in full-time study. [6] Nottingham Law School guaranteed their future applicants in the year of 2014 that their Legal Practice Course would present their students with the best education, guidance, and preparation amongst the many other law universities. [7] The Law School assures their students that with the enrollment in their school and with the help of their qualified professors, the school guarantees all their students with instant occupations from a quick start of completing the degree. [8] Also, Nottingham Law School participated in running the Law Society Final Examination with a number of 150 students enrolled in the course. [9]

Nottingham Law School provides a range of undergraduate LLB and postgraduate LLM degrees. The School also provides professional legal education including the Graduate Diploma in Law conversion course, the Legal Practice Course, for intending solicitors, and the Bar Professional Training Course for intending barristers.

The Law School has been given the top 'Excellent' rating by the Law Society and comparable ratings by the Bar Standards Board of England and Wales every year since its inception. It also has a significant reputation for research, particularly in insolvency and international criminal justice, with 60% being judged as of international standard in the most recent 2008 Research Assessment Exercise.

For the LPC, it offers three different routes: the standard, the commercial and the corporate.

The Legal Practice Course provides 7 specialties, from which students can register and choose the top 2 of which field they desire. [10] These specialties are the following: “corporate finance, commercial law, advanced litigation, employment, commercial leases, family, and client in the community.” [11] The Nottingham Law School provides different groups of meetings to help the student with certain skills, and support in assisting the students practice the different skills, and activities. [12] The Legal Practice Course supports their students in providing them accurate real life problems related to the field law, in which the students have to indulge in solving matters, through demonstrating their vast skills learned from the credible teachers and staff of the faculty of law. [13] The duration of the course meetings varies according to the choice of the students enrolled in full time study. [14] Students of Nottingham Law School registered in the Legal Practice Course have to commit to 13 days of concentrated studying, regardless of whether it is at home or at the workplace. [15] The Nottingham Law School has been accredited for being one of the nine universities that provides courses in the assistance of the Bar exam, that has been known as the Bar Professional Training Course. [16]


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  2. ^ [2]. Nottingham Trent University. Retrieved on 2 April 2014.
  3. ^ [3]. UK Campus Retrieved on 2 April 2014.
  4. ^ "Awards; Design and Build the Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Law School Solution". Retrieved 2 April 2014. 
  5. ^ "Awards; Design and Build the Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Law School Solution". Retrieved 2 April 2014. 
  6. ^ "Awards; Design and Build the Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Law School Solution". Retrieved 2 April 2014. 
  7. ^ [4]. Nottingham Trent University. Retrieved on 2 April 2014.
  8. ^ [5]. Nottingham Trent University. Retrieved on 2 April 2014.
  9. ^ "Awards; Design and Build the Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Law School Solution". Retrieved 2 April 2014. 
  10. ^ "Awards; Design and Build the Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Law School Solution". Retrieved 2 April 2014. 
  11. ^ "Awards; Design and Build the Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Law School Solution". Retrieved 2 April 2014. 
  12. ^ "Awards; Design and Build the Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Law School Solution". Retrieved 2 April 2014. 
  13. ^ "Awards; Nottingham Law School’s Post- graduate Diploma in Know-How Management for Legal Practice Solution". Retrieved 2 April 2014. 
  14. ^ "Awards; Nottingham Law School’s Post- graduate Diploma in Know-How Management for Legal Practice Solution". Retrieved 2 April 2014. 
  15. ^ "Awards; Nottingham Law School’s Post- graduate Diploma in Know-How Management for Legal Practice Solution". Retrieved 2 April 2014. 
  16. ^ [6]. Nottingham Trent University. Retrieved on 2 April 2014.