Studying Law in the UK and the NCA Process
On Thursday, July 6th at 5 pm ET SI-UK will be joined by Law academic Sarah Zaghloul from the University of Law and Deborah Wolfe, Executive Director, National Committee on Accreditation (NCA) and Law School Programs for a special Law Webinar on 'Studying Law in the UK and the NCA Process'.
During this webinar, we will focus on the Canadian-specific modules that the University of Law (ULaw) offers at their London Bloomsbury Campus. This session will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of ULaw's modules and how they can help you in your academic and professional pursuits.
NCA Executive Director Deborah Wolfe will also provide a brief insight into the process UK Law graduates go through in order to return and practice Law in Canada. The session will have a strong Q&A focus so please prepare questions to ask our presenters ahead of time.
Why study Law at the University of Law?
- Offers a 2-year Accelerated Qualifying Law degree
- Certain programs offer Canadian Law modules in the final year
- Offers the University of Law Employment Promise (refund if no job is secured within 9 months)
- UK's longest-established specialist providers of legal education
- Attractive scholarship options
Not sure which Law School to choose?
Study in UK has over 17 years of experience in helping international students apply to UK Law Schools and can provide you with guidance on everything you need to consider before making your final choice.
Our consultants will be available to provide guidance on starting your application. Apply using our free service or we can guarantee you an offer with our premium service!