An application for admission must include an originating application, made by counsel who moves the admission of the candidate in form LA 1, plus an affidavit in support, sworn by the candidate:
Candidates with a current practising certificate in Australia, (qualifying under s49(4) LCA (under the Trans-Tasman Mutual Recognition Act 1997)), must apply direct to the High Court, following form LA 4.
The NZLS suggests all applicants should use form LA 5 to seek to have the order for admission sealed, and should hold a copy for possible future use.
(The above forms are all precedents prepared by the NZLS.)
The Lawyers Complaints Service provides a complaint form to help provide the information required for a formal complaint.
You can use the Professional Education Record form to note all your professional education over this twelve month period.
Use this form to notify the Law Society of any intention to start or stop offering real estate services.
Please use this form to notify the Law Society that you wish to cancel your practising certificate and request a refund for the unused portion of your practising fees. This form must be completed and signed by the person whose name is on the practising certificate.
If you are a part-time practitioner in private practice you may be eligible for a rebate on your practising fee. The rebate applies in arrears, and lawyers may apply for a rebate from 1 July 2012 of the practising fee paid for the period 1 July 2011 to 30 June 2012.
Use this form to apply for a rebate on your practising fee.
Sole practitioners and sole directors of incorporated law firms are required, under s44(1)(a) and the Schedule 1 of the LCA, to give a power of attorney and appoint an alternate. Use:
All monthly and quarterly Trust Account certificates are filed online via Registry.