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Our online classes

Our new academic term is well under way and we are pleased to report it is going great.

With the ever increasing restrictions and rules, we firmly believe we have made the right decision to keep our classes online at present. The benefits are that everyone can safely join our sessions from their home regardless of location.  Our groups have a traditional class feel with tutors getting to know their new students in their online classes really well.

We recently did a student voice survey and received comments such as:

I’ve really loved the sessions, very informative and I’ve noticed people have started to interact more as the sessions go on.”

I love how convenient it is and not having to leave work early and rush to the class.”

Law Academy has been great in making sure the site is easy to use and assisting with the remote lessons

Our classes are successful due to the full commitment of our tutors and students alike.

Taking everything into consideration, we understand how important it is to students and employers to know how your courses will run and not sign up for one thing only to find it changes last minute. For that reason, we are keeping our current format until June 2021. This enables people to feel confident studying with us whatever happens next.

We are opening for new enrolments for the January intake from Monday 2nd November. Whether it is time to retrain, return to studying or continue with your current studies, you can be sure The Law Academy will do everything we can to make studying CILEx courses with us and enjoyable experience.

Get in touch to find out more.

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