A BPP scholar explains why she and a few fellow LPCers aren’t joyful

College students have had a tricky time in the course of the pandemic, with many discovering that on-line instructing doesn’t fairly match the in-person expertise and a few upset with their universities’ responses to the COVID lockdowns.

In regulation, a bunch of BPP College college students have been significantly vocal with their complaints, publishing an open letter outlining their unhappiness with supply of the Authorized Apply Course (LPC). This letter has been reported extensively throughout the authorized press.

Authorized Cheek reporter Adam Mawardi sat down with one in every of this group of BPP college students to listen to first-hand their claims and complaints. Hearken to their interview within the podcast beneath (the coed’s voice has been disguised):

BPP has responded stating that it doesn’t remark publicly on particular person complaints however that “formalised complaints raised by college students are taken extraordinarily severely and undergo our sturdy, credible and impartial process of assessment.”

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