SQE2 Preparation Course Online
The SRA’s centralised SQE2 skills assessments will test the legal skills of client interviewing, advocacy, legal writing, drafting and research, and case and matter analysis. This course will prepare you for, and give you the confidence for, this practical skills test.
You can choose to study this course full-time or part-time, and the course is taught entirely online. This course is designed for those who have previously studied Functioning Legal Knowledge (FLK) by completing SQE1 training, such as on our SQE1 Preparation Course or as a result of studying the LPC.
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This course will develop the six SQE2 practical legal skills of interviewing, advocacy, case and matter analysis, legal research, legal writing and drafting in order to sit SQE2 and be ready for practice.
The course consists of six units per week (two units per week in the part-time courses).
You will also develop your practical legal skills during this course to help you prepare for Qualifying Work Experience (QWE).
Throughout the course there are regular practice assessments with feedback to help you prepare for the requirements of the real assessments.
Start date: Induction w/c 23 January 2023. Teaching commences w/c 30 February 2023.
End Date: 12 May 2023
Start date: Induction w/c 15 May 2023. Teaching commences w/c 22 May 2023.
End Date: 25 August 2023
Start date: Induction w/c 14 August 2023. Teaching commences w/c 21 August 2023.
End Date: 17 November 2023
Start date: Induction w/c 29 January 2024. Teaching commences w/c 5 February 2024.
End Date: 10 May 2024
Start Date: Induction w/c 20 February 2023 and Teaching commences 27 February 2023
End date:25 August 2023.
Start Date: Induction w/c 14 August 2023 and Teaching commences w/c 21 August 2023
End date: 16 February 2024
Start Date: Induction w/c 19 February 2024 and Teaching commences 26 February 2024
End date:23 August 2024.
*Subject to confirmation and later change by the SRA.
*Each intake will close for online booking at 12:00GMT on the start dates noted above*
The dates of our SQE Preparation Courses align with the SQE assessment dates. If the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) changes an assessment date, we may need to change our course dates.
- Online campus: £4,100 (HK$41,000.00)
The course fee does not include the SQE2 assessment fee of £2,493 (HK$24,930.00).
You can pay with one upfront payment or with three monthly instalments (six monthly instalments on the part-time courses).
Offers and discounts
- SQE Bundle Offer: 50% off printed SQE Study Manuals when purchased together with an SQE Course (eBooks are included in the course fee) - discount applied at checkout.
- There is an additional £250 (HK$2,500.00) Alumni loyalty scheme discount for ULaw graduates.
*Our SQE2 Exam Preparation Course is a short course that provides assessment technique workshops, revision activities and mock tests to ensure you’re confident and fully prepared for the SQE2 assessments.
The course includes a wide range of practice tests and materials but there is no formal assessment and it does not lead to an academic award. The course will prepare you for the SQE2 assessments.
You will book, pay for and sit your SQE assessments externally, this includes requests for reasonable adjustments. See sra.org.uk for full details.
The SQE2 assessments involves approximately 14 hours of skills assessments over five half days. There are 16 written and oral tasks covering the six legal skills:
- client interviewing including a linked attendance note/legal analysis
- case and matter analysis, including negotiation planning
- legal research
- legal writing
- legal drafting
The assessments are set in the practice areas of:
- criminal practice (including advising clients at the police station)
- dispute resolution
- property practice
- wills and intestacy, probate administration and practice
- business organisations, rules and procedures (including money laundering and financial services)
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