Podcast 26: Peter Crisp, Dean of BPP Law School on BPP’s new power to award degrees…

Today I talk to Peter Crisp, Dean of BPP Law School, about the new power to award degrees. Peter explains why BPP did not talk to The Today programme the other morning and explains BPP plans for the LLB and LLM. He also addresses issues raised by others critical of the new powers awarded to BPP and expresses his vision of the future for legal education.

Listen to Podcast 26: Peter Crisp on the new degree awarding power enjoyed by BPP

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See also: What Nigel Savage, CEO, The College of Law had to say about this

See: Consilio for full coverage of the debate on legal education.

Follow up podcasts on this theme:

Consilio | Podcast 28: Richard de Friend College of Law|Podcast 27 Giles Proctor, Nottingham | Podcast 26 with Peter Crisp, BPP | Podcast 25 with Nigel Savage, College of Law

11 thoughts on “Podcast 26: Peter Crisp, Dean of BPP Law School on BPP’s new power to award degrees…

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  8. I think thats good progress, a lot of universities in london are now awarding their own degrees rather than the federal university of london. A friend is attending BPP Law School but think he’ll be on the old awarding scheme.

  9. I think thats good progress, a lot of universities in london are now awarding their own degrees rather than the federal university of london. A friend is attending BPP Law School but think he’ll be on the old awarding scheme.

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