Level 3 Professional Diploma in Law and Practice – Qualification Rules
To achieve the Diploma you must successfully complete 10 units from the suite of 19 units. However, if you have completed the Level 3 Certificate in Law and Practice whilst working towards the Diploma, you will have already taken 5 units, so will only have a further 5 units to take in accordance with the qualification rules.
The 10 units taken to achieve the Diploma must comply with the following rules:
1. You must take 7 mandatory units as follows:
Unit 1 Introduction to Law and Practice
Unit 2 Contract Law
Unit 3 Criminal Law
Unit 4 Land Law
Unit 5 Law of Tort
Unit 16 Client Care Skills
Unit 17 Legal Research Skills
2. You must take 3 other units – at least 2 of these units must be Practice units and the third unit can be either a Law unit or a Practice unit. These units are chosen from the suite of 19 units.
3. No Practice unit can be counted as achievement towards the Diploma without the linked Law unit being taken also. The two Practice units must be from different legal practice areas.
Further information about the Qualification Rules can be found in the CILEX Level 3 Certificate in Law and Practice and CILEx Level 3 Professional Diploma in Law and Practice Qualifications Handbook.