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Trading names:
The University of Law

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About this provider

The University of Law is an established national provider of legal and management training with degree awarding powers.

Our training is delivered by qualified and experienced practitioners. We see apprenticeships as key to a rapidly changing legal and business environment.

We understand that firms want to recruit from a varied talent pool, which is why we balance practical competence with academic rigour for a broader business and commercial perspective of legal and management knowledge. Our apprenticeships are flexible to the needs of employers and their apprentices, with support delivered efficiently by staff to allow a focus on the most beneficial experiences.

What employers are saying

Based on 3 reviews from employers that work with this training provider.

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Overall rating from October 2018 to now

  • Excellent 1 out of 3 reviews
  • Good 2 out of 3 reviews
  • Poor 0 out of 3 reviews
  • Very poor 0 out of 3 reviews


  • Adapting to my needs (1)
  • Communication with employers (1)
  • Getting new apprentices started (1)
  • Initial assessment of apprentices (1)
  • Providing the right training at the right time (1)
  • Reporting on progress of apprentices (1)

Things to improve

  • Communication with employers (2)
  • Reporting on progress of apprentices (2)

1 Apprenticeships offered

Apprenticeship Type Level View details
Solicitor Standard 7 Details

Contact details

Phone number:
0800 289997

Annual survey results

Employer satisfaction:
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Learner satisfaction:
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Explain levels

Apprenticeships are set at different levels of difficulty from the equivalent of GCSE (level 2) up to postgraduate (level 7)

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