How to apply for admission
Once you have completed all the subjects in the Practical Legal Training (PLT) program you are eligible to apply for admission with the NSW Legal Profession Admission Board (LPAB).
The NSW Legal Profession Admission Board (LPAB) has details on admission dates and application requirements on its website:
To support your LPAB application, the UTS Practical Experience Committee will also provide:
- An original academic record (transcript) and
- Statement of Practical Legal Training PLT completion (Dean's certificate).
If you require more than one copy of your academic transcript, you can request subsequent copies via the Student Centre (includes administrative charge).
Student Conduct Report. If you have completed Practical Experience and require an academic misconduct report, under the rules for admission with the LPAB, please submit details of your request including your Full Name, Date of Birth and Student Number to Law.PE@uts.edu.au . Keep in mind that you should have also completed your degree (and have been allocated all grades) before requesting an academic misconduct report. A conduct report prepared prior to completion will not be satisfactory for the LPAB as it won’t speak to the full duration of the degree. Important: Please ensure you allow a minimum of ten working days for your misconduct report to be processed.