Which is the Best Path to a Legal Career in UK and HK? - HKU SPACE
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Which is the Best Path to a Legal Career in UK and HK?

Subject Area
Common Law and Professional Courses, Law-Related Courses

Date & time
23Jun 2021 (Wed)19:30 - 20:30
Venue
Prof. and Mrs Enoch Young Lecture Theatre, 2/F, Admiralty Centre and Facebook Live @ HKU SPACE Law Facebook Page
Fee
FREE (Online Registration is required)
Speaker
Programme Directors: Danny Gittings, Thomas Ng and Simon Ng

Programme Directors: Danny Gittings, Thomas Ng and Simon Ng

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Enquiry
2520-4665 (studylaw@hkuspace.hku.hk)
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Which is the Best Path to a Legal Career in UK and HK?

LPC, SQE, BPC, BTC, PCLL or CPQ? There are so many different paths to a legal career in England and Hong Kong, some of which are about to close unless you apply now. Applications close on Friday 2 July for the Graduate Diploma in English and Hong Kong Law (CPE), Hong Kong's most popular part-time pathway to a legal career in the UK.  Enroll this year and you benefit from multiple pathways to becoming a Solicitor in England & Wales, some of which won't be open to applicants next year.

But which pathway is best for you? Join our experienced programme team, who have qualified as lawyers in England, Australia and Hong Kong, for advice as HKU SPACE helps makes sense of the alphabet soup of different pathways to a legal career in England and Hong Kong.

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The Graduate Diploma in English and Hong Kong Law and University of London Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) Preparation Courses are exempted courses under the Non-Local Higher and Professional Education (Regulation) Ordinance. It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognize any qualification to which these courses may lead.