2 years ago

18 April, 2016

Law Foyer

Organised by:
Law Society

Are you ready to take the final step towards becoming a lawyer?

Good news! Practical Legal Training at UTS can get you there.

PLT, or Practical Legal Training, is an essential requirement for admission as a lawyer to the Supreme Court of New South Wales. Practical Legal Training is designed to acquaint students who wish to practise law with the day to day work of lawyers. It’s the final chance for you to exercise the complex legal knowledge you’ve learnt before you commit to the reality of being a lawyer.

The benefits of studying PLT at UTS are numerous:

1. Take advantage of a long 20 year history and expertise in teaching PLT

2. Get a university qualification that is accredited by the LPAB

3. Concurrently accumulate full-time Practical Experience hours with academic studies

4. It’s not as expensive as you may think. All university law graduates receive 6 credit points of advanced standing, leaving 18 credit points to complete PLT. This makes UTS price competitive*!

Find out more about our LPAB accredited PLT course at the #UTSLAW PLT Presentation 1.00-2.00pm, this Monday 18 April.