The practising certificate renewal process for 2022-23 is underway utilising a new system. We are experiencing some delays and complexities which are being resolved. To assist the process Queensland Law Society is extending the due date.
The new due date for submission of renewals and associated fees, including professional indemnity insurance levies is 17 June 2022.
The new system is different to our previous renewals systems, particularly the requirement to create a new login to myQLS.
For those who are yet to renew please do the following:
- Create a new login to myQLS using the unique email invitation sent to you previously. If you have misplaced this invitation, please advise email@example.com as soon as possible and they will re-send your invitation. Please note: this invitation is personal to you and you cannot use another person’s invitation to create a login
- Once you have logged in to myQLS, click on the 'Renew your practising certificate' tile.
- If you have difficulty, completing your renewals please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- If you have queries arising out of your invoice, please contact email@example.com
The renewals period is a peak time for assistance requests and our dedicated support team are working hard to respond to all queries.