The programme is designed for apprentices who will be working in digital technology, and who will apply business, analytical and technology skills to legal procedures and workflows.
The programme is suitable for an individual working for a firm, in-house legal department or central government department that uses- or proposes to use- IT to help solve legal problems.
Graduates will understand the operation of the legal services industry and transactional law. They will, through the professional practice module understand the ethical constraints that regulate the activities of a legal enterprise.
The programme has been developed by Aston University as part of their participation in the Institute of Coding. CILEx Law School will be providing legal content.
Below is additional information on the proposed programme:
What will the consultation cover?
- Pathway launch time frame
- Programme design
- Entry and eligibility requirements
- Tuition cost and funding
- Whether the proposed programme meets training needs
- Workplace requirements to support delivery
When will it take place?
Two consultation sessions will be held:
- Monday 25 February 2019, 12-2pm, Aston Business School 295 Aston Express Way, Birmingham, B4 7ER
- Tuesday 26 February 2019, 12-2pm, Royal College of Nursing’s conference room, 20 Cavendish Square, London, W1G 0RN
How do I attend?
To confirm your attendance at one of the consultation sessions, please complete the form below or email Jenny Pelling at Jenny.Pelling@cilexlawschool.ac.uk
What if I am unable to attend?
If you are unable to attend but would still like to contribute to the consultation, please either complete the survey below or contact Jenny Pelling at Jenny.Pelling@cilexlawschool.ac.uk
To receive updates on the consultation and development of the standard, please complete the form below.