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How to Apply?

Applying for QLTT is very easy. You no longer have to go to the United Kingdom to take the QLTT. ALSR has brought it to your door step. All you need to do is follow the steps mentioned:


STEP 1:


Certificate of Eligibility

The Certificate of Eligibility is issued by Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). The SRA will inform you which Heads need to be passed by a particular candidate in order to qualify as a solicitor in England and Wales. The SRA’s decision depends on the jurisdiction in which the candidate qualified as a lawyer.

Indian Lawyers are required to pass Head III - Professional Conduct and Accounts in order to qualify as a Solicitor.

Documents Required

  1. Certificate of Good Standing and Continuity from the State Bar Council.
  2. Reference letter from the institute stating that the medium of instruction during the LL.B Course was English.
  3. Copy of the Degree duly attested by Notary.
  4. Copy of the State Bar Council enrolment certificate duly attested by notary.
  5. Three Reference letters from your colleagues/senior advocates/employer (senior advocate/law firm, company) or President or secretary of the Bar Associations.
  6. Demand Draft of £400 payable to the SRA.

STEP 2

Application for QLTT

Following receipt of your Certificate of Eligibility you will need to fill in an Application Form. ALSR provides an online Online Application Form and Free Assessment.

Documents Required

  1. Certificate of Eligibility

STEP 3: ENROLMENT

Enrolment to the Rolls as a Solicitor

After passing QLTT you will need to get enrolled as a solicitor. This is a lengthy procedure and ALSR makes it easy for you by assisting you in applying for enrolment. 

The successful candidate will need to provide us with a certificate of good standing from the Indian Bar and complete the form.  This certificate must be no more than 3 months old.

NOTE: If you have lived in England, Wales or the Isle of Man within the last five years, you will also be required to complete a Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) disclosure form.


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