Archive for May 2nd, 2007

Phil Knott is Professor of Legal Education at Nottingham Law School, and heads up the design team for the LPC in Nottingham and London. He has been at the law school since about 1189 AD, and teaches an eclectic mix of contract law, Eurobonds and business finance. He is currently on the SRA working group looking at changes to structure and content of the LPC.

NLS enjoys the distinction of being the only law school to have been awarded the highest grade in every LPC inspection visit to the school by The Law Society.

Today, I talk with Phil about the Graduate Diploma in Law, the LPC, Fees, E-Learning and the concept of a ‘Bridge to Practice.’


Podcast 20: Phil Knott on the Nottingham Law School LPC

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