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ALSR is the authorised Licensee of the Oxford Institute of Legal Practice (OXILP) and is fully validated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) to conduct the Qualified Lawyers Transfer Test (QLTT) in India in association with the British Council.

The Test will be conducted as the first of its kind in India in Multiple Choice Format marked by Computer.

ALSR offers guidance to prospective candidates and lawyers/ Advocates and facilitates them in taking the Qualified Lawyers transfer test while sitting back in India. Unlike past, where you had to qualify as a Solicitor after taking the exam with the Law Society in United Kingdom or after completion of the 2-3 years of article ship with the Bombay Incorporated Law Society Law Society, ALSR now provides you with the facility to take up the required Head III examination in your home country India itself. Upon successful completion of which the lawyer/ Advocate will be dual qualified and eligible to practice as a Solicitor with the Law Society of England and Wales.

This in turn increases your chances of being scouted for by an international/domestic law firm, corporate legal departments, companies, financial institutions, LPOs and a host of other potential employers. As a dual qualified-lawyer cum solicitor you stand to enhance your academic and professional credentials, elevate your career and take it to a place where you can command a more respectable pay package.

So all you need to do now is enrol with ALSR to take the QLTT, and open up a whole new world of opportunities.

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

QLTT RESULT/EXAMINATION –
Result will be declared on 4th June 2008

QLTT IN INDIA…
ALSR is proud to announce the
grand launching of the QLTT
operations in India…

REGISTRATIONS NOW  OPEN…
ALSR has started registering candidates
for the QLTT 2008…

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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