Joint Statement regarding a Settlement Agreement between the Law Society of England and Wales and QLTS School

Law Society of England and Wales and QLTS School find a solution to concerns over tender process for training partnership. The Law Society conducted a tender process to appoint an exclusively endorsed training partner for a QLTS (Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme) preparation course in July 2017. In October 2017, QLTS School, advised by Elliot Lister […]

Live Webinar – How to Succeed on the QLTS Assessments – Sunday, January 29, 2017

Live QLTS Webinar – Sunday, January 29, 2017 – 7.00pm – 8.00pm (GMT) 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 structure of […]

Introducing 125 Mock Exams to the OSCE Preparation Course

The 125 OSCE Mock Exams will enhance aspiring English solicitors prepare for the QLTS OSCE, the second element of the QLTS assessments which fast-track international lawyers to qualification as English solicitors. The OSCE Mock Exams are accompanied with suggested solutions for self-assessment and cover all legal practice areas and skills tested on the OSCE assessment. […]

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 […]

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 […]

MCT Now Available in Several Continents

In yet another positive move for would-be Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme (QLTS) candidates, Kaplan QLTS, the official assessment provider for the scheme, has announced that it will be possible to sit the Multiple Choice Test (MCT), Part I of the QLTS, in multiple international locations from February 2016. Kaplan has teamed up with Pearson, the […]

The QLTS Qualification Process – Infographic Illustration

Becoming an English Solicitor via the QLTS The popularity of becoming an English solicitor via the Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme (QLTS) among lawyers from is growing fast. Thousands of lawyers from more than 50 countries have been taking advantage of the programme to advance their legal career, enhance their marketability and professional profile. We often […]

Webinar Recording on the QLTS Now Available

On Sunday, July 5th 2015, Marc and the team at QLTS School delivered a one-hour long webinar: “How to Succeed on the QLTS Assessments”. The webinar covered the following topics: • Why you should become a dual-qualified English solicitor • How this qualification can jump start your legal career • The structure of the assessments […]

Live Webinar: How to Succeed on the QLTS Assessments

Live QLTS Webinar – Sunday, July 5, 2015 – 6.00pm (BST) 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 the assessments […]

QLTS Exemptions from Elements of the SRA Assessments

Who can apply for QLTS exemptions? If you are a lawyer currently considering taking the QLTS assessments to become an English solicitor, and have been thinking about applying to the SRA to get exemptions from one or more of the elements of the assessment, this article is for you. According to the SRA Qualified Lawyers […]

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