My legal life: Tim Langton

Published: 14 Mar 2017

The academic aspect of legal training has improved dramatically over the last 40 years because access to textbooks during exams means students no longer have to spend interminable hours trying to memorise case names.

My mid-1970s training at the College of Law at Lancaster Gate was directed exclusively towards the law and ignored entirely what was required to be a competent solicitor.

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