Queensland Law Society

How to enrol

Complete your enrolment online through the QLS events page.  

Enrolments for QLS’s PMC are accepted at any time throughout the year. You are considered to be enrolled for the PMC upon acceptance of a course application by QLS and receipt of the course registration fee ($2350 GST free and tax deductible). Regional discounts are available.

Enrolment will be confirmed via email and course materials will be issued three weeks prior to the start of the PMC Workshop.

Confirmation of enrolment and pre-reading materials will be sent to your preferred email address according to QLS records. If you wish to keep your enrolment confidential, please log in to Your QLS and change your email contact details BEFORE completing enrolment.

Upcoming courses

QLS delivers the PMC in two streams to address the focus of practitioners from varying legal practice sizes. However a legal practitioner may apply to attend any PMC as the content covered remains the same.

Sole Practitioner to Small Practice Focus

The sole practitioner and small practice focus course is tailored to recognise that small to sole practices have a different focus and approach on finance, business development, information technology  and people management. This course is recommended for those who anticipate they will retain significant hands-on and day-to-day responsibility for management and administrative functions such as finance, marketing, knowledge management and more. Typically, this would mean less than four principals, or those that lack the resources to employ professional managers to oversee these business functions.

4-6 October
8-10 November

Medium to Large Practice Focus

The medium and large practice focus course is tailored for practitioner who intend to stay within a medium to large firm environment and will face different challenges in running their practice. However, they are still running a practice within a large practice and the core content is the same with both PMCs.  The workshop is recommended for those who anticipate they will delegate significant responsibility for management and administrative functions such as finance, marketing and knowledge management to professional managers or other colleagues. Typically, this would mean practices of four principals or more.

23-25 August

Eligibility

Non-directors of Incorporated Legal Practices are not eligible for a Principal Practising Certificate. The legal practitioner must be a director of an Incorporated Legal Practice to hold a Principal Practising Certificate.

Regional rebate

Attendance at the three day face-to-face workshop is a mandatory requirement for completion of the PMC. As such, we offer a rebate is offered to QLS members in regional Queensland to offset travel costs.

Complete your enrolment online through the QLS events page.