Leo Cussen

Leo Cussen Centre for Law’s Practical Legal Training Course (PLT) is offered both Onsite and Online from Melbourne’s CBD. At Leo Cussen, focus is given to providing you with a rigorous practical training program to better prepare you for the legal profession.  They offer small group training and personalised mentoring to provide you with the finest practical training experience.

If you are an overseas student, the Onsite PLT Course is probably the right course for you where your professional placement is found for you.  But depending on your visa, the Online course may also be suitable for you. To download our frequently asked questions brochure, please visit: https://www.leocussen.edu.au/practical-legal-training/overses-students/.

Coming up Leo Cussen Information Session 10th October 2019

Take a tour of Leo Cussen Centre for Law’s training facilities in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD and listen to presentations about their comprehensive and highly respected Practical Legal Training Course (PLT).

Beginning the 10th of October 2019, you can learn more about the Leo Cussen Centre for Law experience and how you will learn to practice law in a professional, yet friendly and engaging environment. You will also have the opportunity to meet with current Leo Cussen Centre for Law trainees and mentors, along with graduates who are now practicing law.

Light refreshments will be provided. Please register for this event: http://bit.ly/2x3I4vF


Tasmanian Legal Practice Course (TLPC)

The Centre for Legal Studies conducts the Tasmanian Legal Practice Course (TLPC), a six month professional and practical training course offered at the standard of Graduate Diploma to prepare Australian and Overseas Law graduates for the conduct of legal practice.



The following institutions offer a post-grad legal Practice program (this is not an exhaustive list):

University of Technology Sydney

Murdoch University

University of Adelaide

Australian National University

The University of Western Australia

Queensland University of Technology

Bond University

Flinders University

University of Newcastle

Law Society of South Australia