Tasmanian Legal Practice Course
Develop the essential knowledge, values, attitude and skills required for professional legal practice.
The Tasmanian Legal Practice Course is a postgraduate professional legal training program whose graduates are eligible to apply for admission as legal practitioners. As a graduate, you are also awarded a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice from the University of Tasmania.
The TLPC is delivered by the Centre for Legal Studies at the Hunter Street campus at Hobart’s waterfront. It offers a unique and practical experience unlike any other professional legal training program with an emphasis on face-to-face engagement with the legal industry.
This challenging course provides invaluable skills whether you intend to use them practicing law or in another professional role. You may enrol as a pathway to admission for legal practice; to help you decide if you want to practice law; or to keep your career options open.
OF LEGAL PRACTICE
Duration: 6 months full-time from February to July
Location: Hunter Street (Hobart)
Eligibility: Applicants must have completed an academic qualification in law leading to admission to the legal profession (e.g. Bachelor of Laws) or have no more than two subjects to complete.
As the only Tasmanian-based legal practice course, you’ll have access to outstanding support from the legal profession, judiciary and magistracy for practical skills training, including weekly sessions at the Supreme Court or Magistrates Court.
Develop skills in leadership, collaboration, advocacy, negotiation, client interviews and letter writing through face-to-face workshops and simulated transactional files, and three weeks work experience in a law firm or government agency.
Join a highly social and collegial training environment with access to a networking program partnered with Hobart’s Young Lawyers. Take advantage of regular employment opportunities often advertised exclusively to TLPC trainees.