Denning Law School offers tutorial guidance for preparing for the Bar Transfer Test at BPP University. The Bar Transfer Test (the “BTT”), is a test provided by BPP University on behalf of the Bar Standard Board (the “BSB”) in the UK. The BTT is a unique test designed for advocates who are licensed to practice in the courts in Pakistan to transfer to the Bar of England and Wales. DLS offers tutorial guidance for the BTT through experienced barristers with professional experience. Students must register directly with BSB and BPP University. Along with providing tutorial guidance, DLS facilitates all prospective students with information and guidance on registering for the BTT at BPP University.
Denning Law School boasts of experienced faculty members, including qualified barristers who have extensive professional experience. The faculty brings their practical experience to the classroom to provide tutorial guidance to prepare the students for the Bar Transfer Test.
In addition to completing the BTT, students need to be a member of one of the Four Inns of Court in the UK to be called to the Bar. Students apply directly to one of the Inns for membership and attend Qualifying Sessions at that particular Inn in accordance with the guidelines provided by the Bar Standards Board.
After attending the tutorial lectures and examination preparation at Denning Law School, students proceed to the UK to sit for the centralized exams conducted by BPP University on behalf of the Bar Standard Board.
We would like to highlight that Denning Law School is not in any manner affiliated or authorized by the Bar Standards Board or BPP University in respect of the BTT – Denning Law School is only assisting students in provision of tutorial guidance in respect of completing the BTT and facilitating students in completing the relevant formalities in respect of seeking exemptions and enrolling in the BPP University in accordance with the guidance provided by the relevant authorities.