Australian practice requirements
Admission to practice in Victoria
La Trobe Bachelor of Laws (LLB) and Juris Doctor (JD) degrees are accredited by the Victorian Legal Admissions Board and satisfy all academic requirements for admission to the legal profession in Victoria.
To fully qualify for admission in Victoria, law graduates must also satisfy before the admitting authority that they are a fit and proper person and must have completed Practical Legal Training (PLT) by completing 12 months of supervised workplace training, or an approved PLT course.
Admission to practice interstate
Students interested in practising law in other states and territories of Australia should consult with the relevant admitting board for that state or territory.
Australian Capital Territory
- Authority: Legal Practitioners Admission Board
- Court: Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory
New South Wales
- Authority: Legal Practitioners Admission Board (see Queensland Courts)
- Court: Supreme Court of Queensland (see Queensland Courts)
- Authority: Legal Practitioners Education and Admission Council (see The Law Society of South Australia and Courts Admission Authority of South Australia)
- Court: Supreme Court of South Australia (see Courts Admission Authority of South Australia)