PEXA is proud partner with Universities, Practical Legal Training (PLT) Providers, TAFEs and other higher education organisations to deliver PEXA as part of their learning programs. These organisations have gone through a vigorous training program with PEXA and are equipped with the skills and knowledge to provide excellent learning experiences. Below are some of the organisations where you can learn about PEXA.
The College of Law
Practical Legal Training, Continuing Professional Development and Masters of Law (Postgraduate)
The College of Law is the leading provider of Practical Legal Training (PLT) for admission to practice in Australia. More law graduates choose the College to do PLT than any other provider. We are also the largest provider of Legal Practice Management Courses if you are becoming a principal of a legal practice or establishing as a sole practitioner.
If you want to study further in your area of practice, we offer the Master of Applied Law (LLM) in a range of areas. If you are more interested in obtaining legal management skills, the Master of Legal Business offers short, 6 week subjects in key management streams. And if you want to practise overseas, we can talk to you about requirements for the USA and the UK and help you on the way. Visit www.collaw.edu.au to find out more.
RMIT produces highly sought after graduates who will perform the role of conveyancers with distinction.
Advanced Diploma of Conveyancing (Undergraduate)
You will gain specialised technical knowledge and skills in property transactions, learn about the operation of our legal system and develop the necessary technical, team leadership and practice management skills as you prepare for professional practice as a conveyancer.
Leading conveyancing industry specialists will guide you through regular, face-to-face, evening workshops and online instruction, using real-world scenarios and authentic documentation in a rich and unique learning experience.
Our program is highly recommended by the Australian Institute of Conveyancers (Victorian Division), the peak professional industry body for conveyancers in Australia and is the product of outstanding relationships between RMIT and industry partners.
Southern Cross University
Associate Degree in Law (Paralegal Studies) (Undergraduate)
Open the door to your legal career with this two-year degree, which not only provides a professional qualification as a paralegal or in conveyancing, but also an admission pathway to becoming a lawyer.
The Associate Degree in Law (Paralegal Studies) explores the Australian legal system and its processes. The course will introduce you to legal research and writing and also equip you with foundational principles in key areas of the law, combining intellectual rigour with practical legal skills.
This degree offers a fantastic opportunity to gain a qualification and start working in the legal profession quickly. Graduates will be able to work in a range of professional fields, and eligible students may also choose to continue their studies to become a lawyer.
Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (Postgraduate)
This graduate diploma is a specialised, practical legal training course aimed at law graduates, specifically those who wish to practise in Western Australia. Topics of study cover civil litigation practice, commercial and corporate practice, property law practice and lawyers’ skills. You will have opportunities to undertake work experience for credit in tandem with your coursework, such as an optional 10-week work placement at the John Curtin Law Clinic.
University of Western Australia
Juris Doctor (Postgraduate)
By studying the JD at UWA, you will benefit from our Law School’s longstanding and deep links with the legal profession. These ties contribute to consistently high rates of employment for our graduates. You’ll also have the opportunity to learn from the very best of the legal profession as well as academic staff recognised nationally for excellence in teaching and research. You can participate in practical skill-building programs, including mooting (legal advocacy) competitions and internships, and build lifelong friendships with a talented, diverse and vibrant cohort of future leaders.
After completing the JD, you’ll enter the competitive graduate market with an edge, armed with both an undergraduate degree and the JD, which is a prestigious qualification offered by institutions such as Harvard, Yale and Columbia universities. You’ll join the ranks of nationally and internationally renowned UWA Law School graduates, including Rhodes Scholars; members of the Judiciary and legal profession; as well as leaders at the highest level of business and government.