Changes to becoming a solicitor CPD session: What do tutors need to know and how can they support their students?
For school and college staff who need to know how best they can support their students with an interest in studying law at university.
This session supports Heads of Careers, Heads of Sixth Form, law teachers / tutors and other colleagues who advise students with an interest in studying law at university.
The biggest change in a generation for university law students and applicants is being introduced in 2021. The Solicitors Qualification Examination (SQE) will be the route for students who want to become a solicitor and will require a major change in the guidance and support provided to your students.
This seminar, from 4-5pm, delivered by Kevin Rogers (Director of Solent Law School) covers:
- the types of skills Law students develop during their studies
- the range of careers available following a law degree
- the main changes to becoming a solicitor or a barrister
- an overview of the Solicitors Qualification Examination (SQE)
- any questions you have.
Once registered, we will be in touch, no later than 1 week before the event date, with the MS Teams link you need to log in on the day.
For any event enquiries, please contact John.Wilson@solent.ac.uk or Sophia.Basi@solent.ac.uk
Solent's Schools and Colleges Liaison Team can be contacted on email@example.com and you can see how we can support your students on our dedicated webpage.
- Online event