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Why Us?

Through our association with OXILP, we provide you with a link to the oldest* and, arguably, the most famous university in the world. The Oxford Institute of Legal Practice (OXILP) was established jointly by the University of Oxford and Oxford Brookes University in 1993 to specialise in the delivery of the Legal Practice Course (LPC).
OXILP brings together the traditions of the world's oldest university and the dynamism of what the league tables regularly call "the best new university in Britain". Since its establishment, OXILP has gained a reputation as one of the country's foremost providers of the LPC.
Following the success of its LPC, OXILP has more recently become one of only five QLTT providers in the country, enabling overseas lawyers and barristers to qualify as solicitors in England and Wales.
OXILP also prides itself on its continuing professional development expertise, and has developed a series of CPD courses covering all areas of practice.

OXILP has been validated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) to offer the Head III of the QLTT through ALSR (its Licensee) duly validated in association with the Examinations Division of the British Council in the areas of Delhi and Chandigarh.

Through ALSR, OXILP offers the MULTIPLE CHOICE FORMAT EXAM MARKED BY COMPUTER for the first time in India. There are multiple advantages of taking the test with us. Some of them are highlighted below:

  • You take the test with a reputed organisation.
  • Multiple Choice Format questions allow candidates more time to think and then solve the problem by clicking the appropriate option, rather than having to spend time framing a written answer.
  • Ease of co-ordination with the SRA with appropriate guidance through ALSR.
  • Availability of test in various cities of India starting with Delhi and Chandigarh.
  • Various facilities available for candidates with special requirements.
  • Ease of availability of results.
  • On-line and off-line assistance.
  • Option to take alternative sittings in case of health concerns at the time of exams.
  • Tutorials offered.
  • Distance Learning Facility.
  • Revision Facility.
  • Open Book Exam.
  • Online tracking of development stages of application.
  • Online Application for Enrolment with ALSR (does not include application for Certificate of Eligibility from the SRA).
  • Online Cancellation/Alteration of Application.
  • Online request processing to take the test at a later date.
  • Online results.
  • Assistance for jobs through ALSR International Recruitment Division.
  • Immigration through associate concern Sunrise International Legal Services.

*There is no clear date of foundation, but teaching existed at Oxford in some form in 1096 and developed rapidly from 1167, when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris. For more details see

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