Free Webinar: How to Succeed on the QLTS Assessments

Live QLTS Webinar – Sunday, June 5, 2016 – 7.00pm – 8.00pm (BST/GMT+1)  Join Marc and the team at QLTS School and attend a free, hour-long webinar: “How to Succeed on the QLTS Assessments”  The webinar will cover the following topics: • Why you should become a dual-qualified an English solicitor? • The strcuture of […]

Brexit: Will English Law Remain the Market-Standard Choice of Governing Law?

The UK’s pivotal referendum on whether to leave or remain in the European Union is slated for June 23rd 2016, While both sides are campaigning heavily in the public eye, businesses in the UK are generally adopting a cautious approach to both any public statements on the issue as well as their approach to future business […]

Important Updates to the MCT Course (March 2016)

An important update to the MCT course will be released next week, covering various aspects on the English Legal System, Constitutional Law, Torts, Criminal Law, and other legal areas. Additionally, we are planning to release a major update to the MCT course during April/May 2016, which will cover the new allowances and tax rates for […]

Supreme Court Ruling Overturns Criminal Law of Parasitic Accessory Liability

The Supreme Court has redefined the law of secondary participation and joint enterprise in Criminal Law, in the seminal case of R v Jogee [2016] UKSC 8. The ruling overturns twenty years of jurisprudence, which had led to murder convictions based on less stringent requirements than those set out in Jogee. The result may lead […]

Demo Version of the MCT Online Training System

We know that taking the QLTS assessments means a substantial investment in terms of your time, money and effort. We also appreciate that as part of your research you may want to pre-evaluate the course materials offered to you before you sign up for a course. To see how we can help you succeed, we […]

How to Calculate Income Tax Liability in the MCT Assessment?

In blog post we will focus on a tax calculation question, which is one of the areas many QLTS candidates struggle with. We will analyse a sample income tax question you may come across in the MCT assessment, asking you about the total tax liability of the taxpayer. You will be expected by the SRA […]

English Votes for English Law tackles West Lothian Question

In October 2015, the UK Parliament approved an amendment to its procedural rules to finally provide an answer to the famous “West Lothian question”. The term refers to the fact that MPs representing Scottish constituencies at Westminster may vote on legislation which only affects England and has no effect on Scotland, while MPs from English […]

QLTS Assessments: Challenges and Solutions

You’ve probably heard that the QLTS assessments are challenging, but with proper planning and preparation, you can succeed. It all starts with a clear understanding of the exam requirements and the level of commitment you are willing to make. To keep you on track to succeed on your first attempt, QLTS School helps you overcome […]

High Court Explains “Serious Harm” under Defamation Act

The Defamation Act 2013 (“the Act”) reformed the law relating to slander and libel in England and Wales and introduced a new entry requirement for claimants wishing to bring a defamation claim: a claim can only be brought if the relevant publication has “caused or is likely to cause serious harm to the reputation of […]

Live Webinar – How to Succeed on the QLTS Assessments – Sunday, December 13, 2015

Live QLTS Webinar – Sunday, December 13, 2015 – 6.00pm – 7.00pm (GMT/UTC)  Join Marc and the team at QLTS School and attend a free, hour-long webinar: “How to Succeed on the QLTS Assessments”  The webinar will cover the following topics: • Why you should become a dual-qualified an English solicitor? • The strcuture of […]

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