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CILEx Level 6 Diploma in Law and Practice - Past Papers
Pre-release Case Studies
In order to become qualified as a CILEx Litigator and Chartered Legal Executive Advocate you are required to demonstrate your knowledge and understanding, experience and skills in criminal litigation and advocacy. If you wish to work in an independent CILEx Regulation regulated entity, you will also need to demonstrate this knowledge and skill in practice management and accounts management at Level 1. Once you have completed the process and have been approved by CILEx Regulation to conduct litigation and advocacy in criminal proceedings you will be able to undertake the activities set out on your certificate for Open Court Advocacy on behalf of a regulated entity. Our training will provide sufficient support that will assist you in completing and passing the advocacy skills course in the practice area in which you seek rights. Courses in criminal advocacy rights will take 6 days. If you intend to set up your own practice; you must also seek regulation of your entity.
Kaplan do not publish any question papers for the QLTS exams. If you have taken up a preparatory course with a course provider for the OSCE then you are somewhat safe as they will prepare you for the type of questions you may get asked. The following are the subject units from Level 6 which are helpful to assist with refreshing certain important topics for the OSCE.
The college offers a September and January intake leading to external examinations in the unitised offer, for those students who do not wish to enrol on the full Higher Diploma. You may still be able to enrol if you have a maximum of two resit examinations to take from the Level 3, which must be taken at the next available opportunity usually January. Typically, a 3-hour closed book examination for each law unit with a pre-release case study for the practice units.