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PHONE | (08) 8201 3539
FAX | (08) 8201 3630
EMAIL | firstname.lastname@example.org
LOCATION | Room 2.41 (Level 2), Law and Commerce Building, Car Park 4
POSTAL | Flinders Law School, Flinders University, GPO Box 2100, Adelaide, South Australia 5001
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Statement of Inherent Requirements
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS INTENDING TO SEEK ADMISSION TO PRACTICE LAW
- If you intend to practice law in South Australia and/or in other jurisdictions, then when you apply for Admission, you must give written authority for the Board of Examiners to seek a written report about you from Flinders University and any other teaching institution at which you have pursued a course of study (including degrees other than law) . This report will include any reports made to the Confidential Register regarding poor academic practice, plagiarism, and any other dishonest or other conduct relevant to the determination of the question whether you are a fit and proper person to be admitted as a practitioner. Failure to disclose such information may mean that you will be refused Admission.
- You must also satisfy the Board of Examiners that you are a ‘fit and proper person to be admitted’.
- For more information about requirements for admission, see LPEAC Rules 2004. If you have queries, please contact the Law School’s Director of Professional Programs .
IT Access for Law Students
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Download the Australian Guide to Legal Citation 3rd edition.
Search and Links
Flinders Law Students' Association
Rules of the Legal practitioners Education and Admission Council 2004 (link to Supreme Courts website)