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SA: Part-time - Blended (5 days onsite)
Course ID SP2305P_1_B
The College of Law’s Practical Legal Training is the leading program in Australia for law graduates preparing for admission to practice.
This option involves an initial 5 days of compulsory onsite workshops followed by 29 weeks of online learning, with the support of a dedicated lecturer.
Completion of this program leads to the award of the Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice (GDLP).
Domestic Students $10,150
International Students $14,650
10 April 2023
30 May 2023
17 April 2023
10 November 2023
The College of Law
19 Grenfell Street
Adelaide SA 5000
Participate in compulsory onsite workshops held between 9am – 5pm for the first five days of the program. A timetable of the workshops will be provided.
Attendance is recorded for the workshops.
Please note you will need to bring your own device to the first week of the course.
This option a part-time program.
Students undertaking this program will need to devote at least 15 -20 hours per week during the coursework component of the program.
This option suits students who are working/have other commitments and are looking to balance study at the same time.
The Practical Legal Training program is undertaken in three components:
- Work Experience
- Continuing Professional Education
Complete all three components to receive your Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice and be admitted as an Australian lawyer.
To enrol in this program you will need to:
- Be a graduate in law or have qualified to graduate in law (completed your final exam), and
- Your law qualification is Australian or equivalent
- Be able to provide proof of completion of your law degree (unofficial transcript or completion letter is sufficient)
In South Australia, it may be possible to start earlier if you have completed all Priestley 11 core subjects of your law degree and have no more than two electives remaining in your law degree, double degree or equivalent qualification.
You will have to provide evidence of your law qualification or early commencement letter from the admitting authority by the Practical Legal Training course census date.