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As per regulation 3 of the Qualified Lawyers Transfer Regulations 1990, to qualify as Solicitors Indian qualified advocates and law graduates need to sit for Head III - Professional Conduct and Accounts and Head IV- Principles of Common Law (Head IV only applicable if medium of instruction of law degree is not in English).
However before taking up the examination, the candidate needs to obtain a Certificate of Eligibility from the Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA). The Certificate is valid for a period of three years commencing from the date of issue and clearly states the Test Head that the candidate needs to pass in order to get enrolled as a Solicitor of England and Wales.

To obtain a certificate, you need to apply to the SRA or contact us and we can send you the application form. Apply early as it usually takes the law society about 8 weeks to process applications.

NOTE: Eligibility to sit the QLTT is subject to SRA regulatory changes and the candidate must obtain a Certificate of Eligibility from the SRA before enrolling for the QLTT.

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BREAKING NEWS -
Changes introduced by Solicitor Regulation Authority W.e.f. 1st September, 2008

QLTT RESULT/EXAMINATION -
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IMPORTANT NOTICE: QLTT LAWS TO CHANGE…
Solicitors Regulation Authority is
considering changes from 1st March 2008 to the existing eligiblity requirement regulations which will make it mandatory for Indian Lawyers to take one year of active practice under a Solicitor of England and Wales...

 
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