How to apply
Applications to undergo Specialist Accreditation in 2014 are now open.
Outlined below is the 3 step process to be followed should you wish to submit an application to undergo Specialist Accreditation in 2014.
Read and utilise the 2014 Guide to Application and Assessment.
Tip: The 2014 Guide to Application to Assessment contains detailed information regarding applications, assessments and processes. Use this as your starting off point.
Read and utilise the 2014 Assessment Requirements for your area of law.
Tip: Each 2014 Assessment Requirements is designed to provide candidates with a clear understanding of the expected performance standard, methods of assessment and depth of knowledge and skills required to sucessfully gain accreditation.
Apply - complete the 2014 Specialist Accreditation Application form and submit together with any additional and/or supporting documentation with payment to the Law Society no later than Monday 14 April 2014.
Tip: Read all instructions on the front of this form carefully. Depending on your circumstances there may be additional sections you are required to complete.
Don’t meet the eligibility criteria?
Should a practitioner not meet eligibility criteria 3, 4, 5 (as outlined in the application form) they may be eligible to seek an exemption by completing the relevant section as detailed in the application form. On review of your application, you may be accepted as a candidate at the discretion of the Specialist accreditation Board.
Late applications will not be accepted, as this would disrupt the assessment timetable for candidates.
- Specialist Accreditation Scheme
- Law Society of NSW
- 170 Phillip Street
- Sydney NSW 2000
- DX 362 Sydney
- T: (02) 9926 0305
- F: (02) 9926 0166
- E: email@example.com