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What does QLD stand for?

QLD stands for Qualifying Law Degree (UK)

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She is studying for an M Law (Exempting) degree at Northumbria University which enables graduates to obtain a Masters level qualification while at the same time achieving a Qualifying Law Degree and makes it possible for graduates to go straight into a law firm as a trainee solicitor subject to obtaining a training contract.
To apply students need to have either a qualifying law degree, with a minimum of a 2:2, or an undergraduate degree in any other subject, again with a 2:2 minimum, and a Graduate Diploma in Law or CPE.
This led Matthew to apply for Teesside's LLB (Hons) Senior Status degree, which gives graduates of any discipline the opportunity to enter the legal profession with a qualifying law degree.
All of Bangor's LLB degrees are Qualifying Law Degrees (QLD), accredited by The Law Society and Bar Council of England and Wales, and The Law Society of Ireland, which enables graduates to progress directly onto formal professional training to become solicitors or barristers.
The Law Department at Hartlepool Sixth Form College offers a full time Qualifying Law degree to students who successfully achieve good grades at A2 in a variety of subjects.
And law graduates who have a qualifying law degree recognised by The Law Society may apply to be exempt from the academic part of the ILEX qualification.
Now the Law Society accepts the degree as a Qualifying Law Degree, which means that if students get a 2:2 or higher, pass core modules and do some legal research, they can move on to the next stage of training to become a solicitor or barrister.