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When:
5 October, 2016

Location:
C10A Campus Hub - Zofrea Room

Organised by:
Law Society (MULS)


Start the second half of Semester 2 with a fresh insight for your post-graduation plans!

College of Law will be holding an a seminar on their Practical Legal Training program. Practical Legal Training (PLT) is an essential step to being admitted, which is undertaken at the completion of your law degree. It is a structured training program designed to develop your practical skills and proficiency in the actual day-to-day practice of law, which you will need when starting work as an entry level lawyer.

Come along to this seminar to hear about the range of options for undertaking your PLT with the College of Law! With new admission requirements in place, it is imperative that you attend so that they are on top of everything you need to know about becoming a practicing lawyer in New South Wales.

Law students at all stages of their degrees are invited to attend.

The seminar will be held on October 5th in Campus Hub at 12pm to 1pm

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Manny at finance@muls.org