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The commencement of the Legal Profession Uniform Law on 1 July 2015 introduced the requirement for persons to be appointed as an external examiner, that person must be a member of a class of persons as designated in Rule 65 of the Legal profession Uniform General Rules 2015 and have successfully completed a course of education approved by the Legal Services Council from time to time after consultation with the relevant designated local regulatory authority.An external examiner is required to be appointed by a law practice to complete the External Examiners Report. The report is required to be lodged by a law practice that has received, held or disbursed trust money (excluding Transit Money), once in every financial year.Rule 65(2) of the Legal Profession Uniform General Rules 2015 provides that the following classes of persons may be appointed as external examiner under Part 4.2 of the Legal Profession Uniform Law.On successfully completing the course a certificate will be issued to confirm that the person named in the certificate is a designated person pursuant to Rule 65 of the Legal Profession Uniform General Rules 2015 and is eligible to be appointed to a law practice as an External Examiner.Successful completion of the course of education will be attendance at all sessions of the course and submission of an online assessment drawn from the session notes provided at the course.ALL ENROLMENTS ARE SUBJECT TO THE LAW SOCIETY PURCHASE AND REFUND POLICY.
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