24 May 2017

Macquarie University Practical Legal Training Information Session

Published on 24 May 2017
Unsure of your career pathway? Want to find out how to navigate your legal career from classroom to courtroom? Never head of Practical Legal Training (PLT) or unsure about what it requires? 
Whether you’re just starting out at law school or are entering your final year of an LLB or JD, it’s never too early or late to start thinking about your career path – and no matter what career you choose, undertaking Practical Legal Training is a compulsory requirement to become a lawyer in NSW.
The College of Law is running an information session at Macquarie University for students at all stages of their degree to find out more about:
  • The pathway to admission
  • How to get legal work experience
  • What is Practical Legal Training and why should you do it?
  • Why get admitted as a lawyer?
Don’t miss this opportunity to have all your questions answered about completing your law degree and undertaking PLT.
Wednesday 24 May 2017
12 - 1pm

Building C5C
Room 209
Macquarie University

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