Qualify as a solicitor in England and Wales
Prepare for the SQE with the largest legal exam prep company in the world.
Why take the SQE?
Passing the Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE) is the first step to becoming a solicitor in England and Wales.
- Flexibility and affordability: The SQE offers greater flexibility, allowing you to spread both the preparation course and exam fees over longer time periods to adapt the pace to fit your schedule and budgeting needs.
- Learn while you earn: Unlike the full-time LPC, you can earn while learning with BARBRI SQE Prep.
- Integrate studies into QWE: The SQE combined with the opportunity for qualifying work experience in place of a traditional training contract allows for more flexible entry into the profession.
BARBRI SQE1 and SQE2 prep
The SQE consists of two stages: SQE1 and SQE2.
- SQE1 is a computer-based exam testing your functioning legal knowledge by way of multiple-choice questions – a specific skill that requires practice and expertise. After passing SQE1, you will be eligible to apply and sit for the SQE2.
- SQE2 consists of practical legal skills assessments such as client interviewing, advocacy, case and matter analysis, legal research and written advice, and legal drafting.
Are you eligible to take the SQE?
To discover if you need to take the SQE, visit our online SQE calculator – Barbri.Com/sqecalculator
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- For over 50 years, BARBRI has been a leader in training aspiring lawyers
BARBRI has helped over 1.3 million lawyers around the world pass a centralised Bar exam
- Tailored and flexible programme to meet learning needs of aspiring lawyers
- Exam-focused lectures and workshops delivered by experienced solicitors and barristers
- Learn from expert SQE preparation lecturers
- Expert one-to-one mentoring throughout programme
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Qualify as a US attorney
BARBRI will prepare you to pass a US Bar exam and provide flexible and supported learning tailored to non-US educated law graduates. BARBRI Extended US Bar Preparation courses offer the support and flexibility you need. Select either a six-month or a ten-month home study or blended classroom course based on the amount of time you have to dedicate to your Bar studies each week.
Over 1.3 million students worldwide have succeeded with BARBRI. We teach you exactly what it takes to pass the Bar on the first try. Over 50 years of Bar exam-specific experience means you won’t be left wondering if you’re ready.
Why become a US qualified attorney?
- Differentiate yourself
- Enhance your marketability
- Open doors to a global legal career
- Work all over the world
- No traineeship required
- Once you pass the admission requirements, you are a US qualified attorney
- BARBRI is a leader in legal education and the #1 Bar exam preparation programme for more than 50 years
- Tailored Foundations in US Law Pre-Course
- Multiple study options, including online or classroom
- All materials included in price
- One to one support at every step, including eligibility advice
- Flexible payment plans
- You may be eligible to sit the New York Bar Exam with a three or four year full-time common law degree
- You may be eligible to sit the California Bar Exam if you are a qualified lawyer in your jurisdiction
Where can I study?
- Home study (flexible, online learning)
- 100% online home study
- Six- or ten-month blended classroom in London, Dublin, Paris and Dubai
- In-class (facilitated at our centres in London, Dublin, Paris and Dubai)
How can I study?
- In a structured yet flexible way
- Supported throughout with a qualified US mentor
- On a tailored course for non-US educated audience
- With online learning tools
- Over a six- or ten-month period based on time you have to devote each week to your studies
When can I study?
US state Bar exams are held in February and July each year*
*Please visit our website for full Bar requirements, locations, start dates, six- or ten-month course options and more.
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