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The new Professional Diploma in Legal Executive Studies has been successfully launched in Hong Kong with the first intake of students commencing their studies on 18 September 2009. This is a new programme developed by CILEx Law School in association with the School of Continuing and Professional Studies of The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
The results of the ILEX Level 3 exam session in June 2009 for the new unitised qualification show an excellent result by CILEx Law School’s students. The pass rate achieved in the examined units (Units 1 to 15) was 84% overall, with students achieving passes, merits or distinctions in 593 out of 692 papers taken.
CILEx Law School’s courses have had a resounding endorsement by our students.The results of a survey of our ILEX students shows that 92% of respondents would recommend an CILEx Law School course to a friend or colleague, and 91% were very satisfied with their course overall.
The third caseworkers’ awards ceremony was held on 5 February at the Law Society in London. Many caseworkers had battled through the snow from all around the country to be presented with their Certificates in Criminal Prosecution by Keir Starmer, Director of Public Prosecutions and CILEx Law School’s Managing Director, Noel Inge.
Three students have passed the five ILEX Level 3 units necessary to achieve an ILEX Level 3 Certificate in Law and Practice in the shortest possible timeframe. Courses for the new qualification were introduced in July 2008 and the first exam sitting was in January 2009. The results were announced in early April.
The School of Continuing and Professional Studies of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (SCS) and the Institute of Legal Executives (ILEX) of England and Wales signed an agreement on 6 April 2009 to announce the launch of a new joint programme, the “Professional Diploma in Legal Executive Studies”.
The results of the Level 3 exam session in January 2009 show an excellent result by CILEx Law School’s students. The pass rate achieved in the examined units (Units 1 to 15) was 89% overall, with students achieving passes, merits or distinctions in 320 out of 358 papers taken.
Twenty-six caseworkers from the prosecution divisions of the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) and Department of Health (DH) have begun studying a new qualification developed by CILEx Law School.
The Stephen Morris Prize for the student to gain the highest marks in CILEx Law School’s Certificate in Debt Recovery course during 2008 was awarded to Joanne Hannington at a ceremony in the Law Society on Thursday 5 February 2009.The prize, to the value of £200, is awarded by the Civil Courts Users Association (CCUA). It was presented to Joanne by Mrs Debbie Morris, widow of former CCUA council member Stephen Morris, in whose name the prize is given, and by Brian Havercroft, the Chair of the CCUA.
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