Specialist Accreditation Scheme
The Specialist Accreditation Scheme was established in 1992, offering accreditation across 14 areas of law; generally on a biannual basis.
Specialist Accreditation is a structured peer assessment process which requires the practitioner to draw on their existing knowledge and skills to demonstrate their competency in their chosen area of law.
The objective of the Specialist Accreditation Scheme is to:
- Provide the profession and the public with a reliable means of identifying practitioners with proven expertise in their chosen area of law.
- Contribute to and encourage the continued development and improvement of the standards, quality and delivery of legal services.
- Promote the advancement of legal knowledge and skills.
- Provide practitioners with the opportunity to demonstrate their expertise in their chosen area of law and to have this recognised.
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2016 Specialist Accreditation
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How to apply
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Recognition in other states
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Credit for tertiary studies
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CPD for Accredited Specialists
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- Specialist Accreditation Scheme
- Law Society of NSW
- 170 Phillip Street
- Sydney NSW 2000
- DX 362 Sydney
- T: (02) 9926 0305
- F: (02) 9926 0166
- E: email@example.com