Students take part in LPC taster day
20 February 2012
This year's LPC taster day proved to be a success for all students involved thanks to the LJMU Law Society.
The taster day, run by Fiona Fargher, provides students with a key opportunity to develop their understanding of what the Legal Practice Course entails and whether it is something that is truly suited to them. It allows students to view sample examinations, including the advocacy assessments of previous students, in addition to putting questions forward to Fiona about the course at LJMU.
Lauren Blackman, Law Society Events Organiser commented:
"The taster day is an event that has been run by the society for a number of years now. Every year it proves to be a success not only for students who know where they are going, but also for those who really don't have a clue. Fiona provides students with a great insight to the course, and I hope that the students who attended found it to be as beneficial as I did."
Student Thamema Rahman enjoyed the day:
"It was a real eye opener as to how demanding the course is and this course really trains you to do the sort of things you will be required to do as a solicitor."
Based on this year's success the Law Society, with Fiona, are hoping to expand the taster days and run a number of sessions throughout the next academic year looking at further aspects of the course in more detail.