Aspiring lawyers get part-time study help

February 19, 1999

Twenty university law schools have formed the Consortium for Access to Legal Education to help students studying law part-time. The consortium is committed to providing access to high-quality law degree programmes and promoting and sharing best practice in delivering face-to-face courses.

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