General information about the process for admission in Tasmania can be found on the Supreme Court of Tasmania website here. Information about the fees charged by the Supreme Court for an application are found here.
Enquiries about admission applications should be directed to the Registry of the Supreme Court of Tasmania, GPO Box 167, Hobart, Tasmania, 7001, or call +61 (3) 6233 6385, or email email@example.com.
Assessment of Qualifications for Admission
Before applying for admission, it is necessary for a foreign trained lawyer to have their academic qualifications, practical legal training and (if applicable) experience assessed.
The Victorian Legal Admissions Board (VLAB) conducts an initial assessment on behalf of the Board of Legal Education (BLE). Applications for assessment by VLAB are to be made through the VLAB portal here.
The VLAB Guide for Applicants for Overseas Assessments can be found here.
During the online application you will be asked whether the assessment is for admission in Tasmania.
The assessment is sent directly to the BLE.
Once you have completed the application for assessment, in order for the BLE to consider your application, you will be required to:
Provide an affidavit that confirms: –That you requested that the Victorian Legal Admissions Board (VLAB) assess your academic qualifications and practical legal training. – That the information provided by you to VLAB is true in every respect. – Whether you have applied for admission in any other Australian jurisdiction and if you have, the result of the application.
It is not necessary to attach any documents which have already been provided to VLAB.
Fees Assessment fees are collected by VLAB on behalf of the BLE. No further fees are payable other than those paid to VLAB.
Contacting the BLE 28 Murray Street, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000 +61 (3) 6234 4133 firstname.lastname@example.org