Business and Management

NALP Paralegal Practice

Leaflet Code: L8998


Our Level 3 Paralegal Practice qualification is suitable for anybody who performs substantive legal work but is not qualified in the area or anyone who is seeking to qualify and become a solicitor or barrister.

The qualification is ideal for anybody looking to gain entry into a legal profession or requires legal skills and knowledge in the legal field.

Paralegals may work in commerce, industry, or the public sector and they can also now offer some legal services directly to their own clients provided they have a Licence to Practise through NALP.

This qualification includes topics covering an extensive range of legal matters that will help you progress in your legal career including modules on Introduction to Law including Contract and Tort Law, Legal Ethics and Responsibilities, Civil Litigation, Conveyancing and Land Law and Commercial Law.

The course will run one day a week (six hours per week) and consists of five modules to be completed over one year.

  • Shena Simon Campus
  • Part Time
  • 1 year
  • September 2023

Applicants will require a GCSE English (D/3 or above) or L2 Functional Skills in English. Experience of working in the capacity of an administrator in a legal environment would be useful but not essential.

To receive the full qualification, you will be required to complete and achieve all five modules.

You will be given a four week window to submit assignments for each module:

- Introduction to Law including Contract and Tort Law
- Legal Ethics and Responsibilities
- Civil Litigation
- Conveyancing and Land Law
- Commercial Law

You will be supported throughout by your tutor to ensure your work is ready for submission and external assessment. There are no exams.

The standard qualification fee to be paid to NALPs via the college is £300.
The tuition fee is £1,300 for the full course and total fee is £1,600,
If you need help with affording college, there are a number of different finance and funding options available to you. You might be eligible for special bursary support or extra help from the government. Have a look at our fees, finance & funding page to find out all the information you need.

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