The Chancery Lane Institute for Professionals (‘CLIP’) is a dynamic new provider of legal education in Dubai – the first ever outside of the UK to deliver in-person teaching for the GDL, the LPC and now the QLTS.



We have recruited a first-class faculty comprising highly experienced Solicitors with years of experience in the field to teach on our courses. 


Leeds Beckett University

We are an approved distance learning promotional partner for Leeds Beckett University and we can offer you support whilst you are completing your GDL online with Leeds Beckett.

Leeds Beckett can offer you the chance to upgrade your GDL to an LLM whether you go onto the LPC or not.
 




The LPC is the second stage in your path to qualifying as a Solicitor. You can proceed directly on to this course if you already have a Qualifying Law Degree or have successfully completed the GDL.




Now bringing QLTS preparation to the Middle East and Asia.

Most QLTS teaching courses are based online. Ours is taught in person by experienced and qualified practitioners. 




Our programmes will offer candidates the opportunity to undertake the academic and vocational courses required in order to qualify as a Solicitor (England & Wales) from the Middle East and Asia.

Commence your Period of Recognised Training. Proceed directly on to your Training Contract in your home country or bundle relevant work experience together to satisfy completion of the Period of Recognised Training.

Our programmes are designed to allow you to continue to work whilst studying. This could help you complete your Period of Recognised Training more quickly.




CLIP was established by Waseem Khokhar, former managing partner of DWF for the Middle East, and a leading figure on the Dubai legal scene with a mission to deliver professional, vocational legal training in Dubai.

CLIP’s faculty comprises exclusively solicitors, including Dan Hill, formerly Director of Education at the University of Law. It has been successfully delivering its QLTS and GDL supported learning programmes since March 2018.