Putting our social, professional, sometimes even personal lives on hold, the COVID-19 lockdown has taught us the importance of being self-dependent and well-organised. QLTS OSCE candidates have had to learn it the hard way – reconsidering their priorities, rearranging their time, revisiting their preparation. With QLTS Kaplan postponing the May 2020 OSCE till August, and […]
Of the many indicators of upcoming changes to the legal profession, liberalisation of legal services initiated by the SRA is perhaps the most demonstrative one. Since at least 2013, the body has been consistently implementing initiatives aimed at simplifying regulations in the legal profession and removing those not in the public interest. In 2015, the […]
May you live in interesting times In 2012 I came to the UK to do the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) and then the Legal Practice Course (LPC). I was practicing international commercial arbitration, mainly under LCIA rules, and came to law school directly from practice.
Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) is designed to have 2 stages, of which SQE stage 1 is going to assess the candidates’ knowledge at point of admission. The method selected to achieve this objective is multiple-choice questions. What do we know about this type of testing? By Dr Irene Rudique Delivering SQE Stage 1 As explained by […]
What Is Miller Pyramid? The original pyramid was designed by the American psychologist George Miller in 1990 as a framework for assessing doctors’ clinical competence. This framework distinguishes between knowledge at the lower levels and action at the highest level. Thus, the lowest level of the pyramid represents knowledge (knows), which at higher levels is […]