City University-London-Inns of Court School of Lawhttp://www.city.ac.uk/icsl/
The City University in London formed the Inns of Court School of Law and until today, it is the only organization in the city, which offers programs for both students and practicing lawyers at any time in their carrier. The Council of Legal Education formed the Inns of Court School of Law in the year 1852, in an effort to have a uniform curriculum for studying law. The School has its premises, in the middle of London near Gray’s Inn.
The Inns of Court School of Law or ICSL, as it is popularly known, prepares lawyers who are competent in their profession, modern in their thoughts, self-assured of their capabilities and proficient at their jobs. The School of London offers courses such as Bar Vocational Course, the Legal Practice Course, a variety of Continuing Professional Development courses and Masters in Law or LLM. The Law Society has rated the Legal Practice Course taught here as ‘excellent’.
The Law school of London has experienced staff, consisting of Barristers or Solicitors experience in legal practice. The school has its own Library and Information Services to help the students in computing amenities and library.
The Inns of Court School of Law is highly reputed in London and around the world, for imparting superior legal professional education. The school has a gracious list of former students, including, the British Prime Ministers Tony Blair and Margaret Thatcher.
City University-London-Inns of Court School of Law
4 Gray's Inn Place, WC1R 5DX, London
Greater London, London Region
Tel: 0207 404 5787, Fax: 020 7831 4188