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Uni of Law or BPP??
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parisiandreamer
Posted - 17 July 2016 14:15
I've been offered a TC (delighted after years of trying!) The firm don't mind where I do the LPC.... Am looking at Uni of Law or BPP due to where I live. Any advice would be much appreciated about people who have experiences from either. Just reading the websites doesn't give much info and currently I'm thinking BPP just before the centre is slightly closer to where I live as I can't tell a great deal of difference between the two.

Thanks!
The Mens Room
Posted - 18 July 2016 18:13
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Don't go to either. Isn't there an ex-Poly offering the LPC at a cheaper price nearby? Nobody cares where you do it.
Horace Rumpole
Posted - 19 July 2016 12:58
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if the firm is paying i would choose BPP.

if you are paying go for an ex-poly.
jubilee
Posted - 20 July 2016 00:04
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Some of the US firms don't care where you go (as long as its a City LPC provider, and naturally pay the bill).

If that's the case one alternative is to call up HR and ask if other trainees in your intake are going to one or the other.