Priestley 11

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The Priestley 11 are eleven law subjects required to be successfully completed for candidate status for admission into practice as a legal practitioner in Australia. They are named after the Law Admissions Consultative Committee (LACC, commonly known as the Priestley Committee as it was chaired by Lancelot John Priestley) which in 1992 determined the minimum academic study requirements for legal practice. The Priestley 11 list is set out in LACC, Uniform Admission Rules 2008, Schedule 1. A law degree or diploma will be recognised as a qualification for admission to practice only if every student has to study all of these subjects. However, the subjects do not have to be taught separately: it is sufficient if they are covered within the syllabus.

Priestley 11 subjects—"Prescribed Areas of Knowledge"[edit]

Places offering Priestley 11[edit]

Currently, the Priestley 11 are offered by the following law schools -

In the Australian Capital Territory (Canberra):

In Tasmania:

In New South Wales:

In Victoria:

In Queensland:

In South Australia:

In the Northern Territory:

In Western Australia:

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