The Victorian Legal Admissions Board is a statutory body which performs functions associated with the admission of lawyers in Victoria in accordance with the Legal Profession Uniform Law Application Act 2014 .
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Public Notary applications close on 3rd April 2018. See Public Notary section for additional details.
The Victorian Legal Admissions Board has released the 2016-2017 Annual Report .
See the Admission Calendar page for further details on 2018 admission ceremony dates.
All applications for admission to the Victorian Legal Admissions Board must be made via the online client portal .
The web stream of the most recent admission ceremonies are available to view.
When all documents are filed you will receive an email notifying you that your application is complete and to proceed to book into an admission ceremony. You must not book into a ceremony unless the Board has advised you that your file is complete. Do not attempt to use another applicant's email link to book into a ceremony.
Documents that are uploaded as photographic images are often illegible and cannot be accepted. PDF is the easiest way to scan and upload.
When lodging your application for a compliance certificate, it is essential that you provide the correct ID . The Board will not accept certified copies for in person ID checks.
Any requests for additional tickets (maximum of one if available) must be sent via email. We will not accept phone requests.
The Board will consider an application for admission in Victoria as soon as you commence your online application. If you start an application and decide to withdraw please contact us.
For all applications it is essential that you enter your name in the contact details correctly. The name that you enter will be as it appears on your compliance certificate and admissions order. This extends to the order of your name. If you omit a middle name then it will not be shown. You can return to the portal and amend your name up until you print off the statutory declaration and come to the offices of the Board. If you wish your surname to be shown first, then enter this in the first name field. The name on your application MUST be reflected in the ID that you use to identify yourself to the Board.
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