This website provides a focal point of contact for all your enquiries about enrolment, progression and exclusion rules, student applications and examinations. For all enquiries about tuition, assignments, lectures and course materials, please contact the Law Extension Committee (LEC) on (02) 9392 0320 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Invitation to female law students in their final year.
It has recently come to the Board's attention that the marks issued to Torts students were incorrect. We have now corrected the error and are in the process of contacting all those students whose mark has changed from a Fail to a Pass. All marks have increased as a result of the correction. The scripts of those students who now have a mark of between 40 - 49 have been sent to the Revising Examiner for review. New exam results letters will be posted out to all students as soon as the revision process has been completed. Please note the prize winner and students with the top five marks have NOT changed as a result of the correction. We sincerely apologise to affected students.
Many students will be aware that the LEC removed its website forums for a time last semester after widespread irregularities in postings were discovered. One of the areas of concern was the repeated use of several names, and qualifications and expertise, in connection with offers to tutor students in a range of subjects. Where the names used are those of identifiable people, it is apparent that they, and the person under whose name the postings were made, have no knowledge of these postings and that several aspects of the postings are fictitious. We have been in contact with several students who have been affected, but there may be others who have provided information in response to these postings, or paid money as a result of expressing interest. We wish to make sure that no students have been disadvantaged by these activities. If, in response to one of these web forum postings, you have provided information, paid money, sent assignments to an email address, or received tutoring services, we would appreciate your contacting us. We would also appreciate hearing from you if you have been asked to make postings in relation to tutoring services. If you have any concerns at all about these matters, please feel free to contact us.
Robin Szabo, Executive officer, LPAB
Frank Astill, Director, LEC
If your application for enrolment has not been processed by the LPAB you are NOT entitled to sit for the Board's exams. If you have not received an enrolment and examination confirmation letter and receipt for fees paid from the LPAB, there is every possibility that you are not enrolled and therefore not entitled to sit in the upcoming exams . If you are in any doubt that you are properly enrolled, please contact the LPAB office immediately on (02) 9338 3505 or email: email@example.com
Found at the Sydney Exam Centre following the March 2014 exams:
- Purple cardigan (Sml) - brand unknown
- Black knitted cardigan (Sml) - Valley Girl
- Grey zip-up hoodie (M/L) - Seed
To reclaim lost property please contact the Board's Examinations Officer (02) 9338 3506.
You must inform the Board in writing of any change of name, address, telephone number or email address. The change can be notified by fax to (02) 9338 3555, mail to GPO Box 3980 Sydney 2001 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Academic Transcripts can be ordered by completing the application form either in person at: Level 4, 37 Bligh St, (Cnr Hunter St) Sydney, by mail: GPO Box 3980 Sydney NSW 2001 or DX 602 SYDNEY or email email@example.com. The current application fee is prescribed under the Board's Third Schedule of the Legal Profession Admission Rules (2005) or contact a customer service officer on (02) 9338 3500. Please make bank cheques/money orders payable to the Legal Profession Admission Board. Please note transcripts are normally produced within 48 hours, however, where records are not held electronically, the transcript may take up to 10 days to prepare.
NSW Young Lawyers is a division of the Law Society of New South Wales. Membership is automatic to law students, and to legal practitioners and barristers either in their first five years of practice or under 35 years of age.