The LPAB is a self-funding body, created by legislation, responsible for making rules for, and approving, the admission of lawyers and appointment as a public notary. The Board also registers Students-at-Law who on passing the Board's exams receive a Diploma in Law and satisfy the academic requirements for Admission as a Lawyer. Find out more about the LPAB.
Students who usually sit their exams at the Canberra or Newcastle venue are reminded of recent changes to the exam centre location. Please refer to the Exam Venues page for up-to-date venue details.
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- posted 19 September 2013
Please note that some of the Board's fees will increase on 1 October 2013. Please refer to the Second and Third Schedules of Fees on the Forms and Fees page.
- posted 12 September 2013
As of 1 July 2013 all credit card payments made to the LPAB will incur a 0.4% surcharge. This surcharge applies to Mastercard and Visa payments only.
Effective immediately any credit card payments made by a third party will no longer require an additional letter authorising payment.
- posted 26 June 2013
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