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  • The Victorian Legal Admissions Board will consider whether or not the objection may affect the applicant’s eligibility or suitability for admission.

    If the Victorian Legal Admissions Board does consider the objection may affect the applicant’s eligibility or suitability, a copy of the objection(s) will be sent to the applicant and he/she will be allowed a minimum period of 3 weeks to respond to the objection(s).

  • The students, both admitted through the Joint Admission Board and self sponsored programmes, add to the growing number of students currently pursuing various degrees at the University. As a public university, JKUAT was allocated about 1,200 JAB students from the 24,221 students who will join the institutions this year under regular programmes. The registration process continues throughout the week alongside orientation to be capped next week by one-on one interaction with the Vice Chancelor, Prof Mabel Imbuga.

    The NSW Legal Profession Admissions Board and Victorian Legal Admissions Board has produced procedures which apply to all applications for a compliance certificate made by a person relying on qualifications, skills or experience obtained outside Australia.

  • The Secretary of the Legal Practitioners Admission Board,
    Law Courts of the Australian Capital Territory,
    PO Box 1548,
    Canberra City ACT 2601

    Telephone: (02) 6207 1219

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