When we teach | BLC Diploma Timetable 2020-2021
BLC teaching is delivered by way of lectures, classes (tutorials and seminars) and online workshops.
In any “lecture week”, you will (unless otherwise indicated) have lectures on Monday-Friday (18.30-20.00). The dates of the lecture weeks are given in the table below.
In the week after a lecture week, you will have a “class week” to deepen your knowledge of the legal issues that were discussed in the previous week’s lectures. In each “class week” you will attend one 90-minute tutorial and one 90-minute seminar – i.e. you will have 3 hours of small-group, interactive classes in each class week. There are eight “class weeks” in total during the Diploma. For details about the available choices for tutorials and seminars, please click here. Details of how to register online for classes will be sent by email at the beginning of October.
To see a day-by-day version of the timetable, including all lectures and classes (tutorials and seminars), please click here.
|Tuesday 6th October 2020||
Introductory Meeting for New Students
|7 October 2020 – 9 October 2020||
Module 1: English Legal System and Advocacy Skills
Lecture week 1
|12 October 2020 – 16 October 2020||Module 1: English Legal System and Advocacy Skills||Lecture week 2|
|26 October 2020 – 30 October 2020||Module 1: English Legal System and Advocacy Skills||Lecture week 3|
|16 November 2020 – 20 November 2020||Module 2: Contract Law (inc. negotiation & drafting)||Lecture week 4|
|30 November 2020 – 4 December 2020||Module 2: Contract Law (inc. negotiation & drafting)||Lecture week 5|
|14 December 2020 – 18 December 2020||Legal Skills: Effective Legal Writing||Lecture Week 6|
|11 January 2021 – 15 January 2021||Legal Skills||Class week 6|
|22 February 2021 – 26 February 2021||Module 3: Tort law (inc. legal writing)||Lecture week 7|
|08 March 2021 – 12 March 2021||Module 3: Tort law (inc. legal writing)||Lecture week 8|
|22 March 2021 – 26 March 2021||Legal Skills||Lecture week 9|
|5 April 2020 – 9 April 2021||Module 4: Trusts law||Lecture Week 10|
Please note that, although we aim to avoid making any changes to the timetable, it is sometimes necessary to do so. We will always provide clear and advanced notice of any necessary changes.
Study the most important areas of English law, with particular focus on commercially relevant issues. Familiarise yourself with the most common choice of governing law in international contracts.
We help you develop a wide-ranging skills portfolio and monitor your progress on an ongoing basis. The skills and experience you acquire will help you stay ahead of the pack in the race for employment.
Learning English law and developing your skills portfolio is about making you more employable. Our entire focus is on helping you achieve your dream career, wherever and whatever it may be.