Suitability

SuitabilityIt is necessary for a person to satisfy the Board that he or she is of good fame and character and a fit and proper person.  

An applicant for admission must disclose details of any matters which might be relevant to the Board's consideration of whether or not he or she is a fit and proper person to be admitted to the Australian legal profession. An applicant must also disclose any matters which a reasonable applicant would consider that the Board might regard as not being favourable to them when considering whether or not the applicant is a fit and proper person to be admitted to the Australian legal profession.

To assist in determining what matters should be disclosed, you must read the Disclosure Guidelines for Applicants for Admission to the Legal Profession.