How to enrol
QLS delivers the PMC in two streams to address the focus of practitioners from varying legal practice sizes. The presenters and the content of the two streams differ in certain relevant respects. Practitioners are therefore strongly encouraged to enrol in the practice focus stream which is most suitable to their current, and intended, legal practice needs.
To express your interest in registering for courses not yet open for registration, contact the PMC team on 07 3842 5982 or firstname.lastname@example.org and we will notify you when registrations open.
If you wish to keep your enrolment confidential, please update your details by contacting the QLS Records team at email@example.com before completing your enrolment.
Sole Practitioner to Small Practice Focus
The sole practitioner to small practice stream is tailored for practitioners who currently practise in, or intend to practise in, a legal practice of less than 20 practising certificate holders. This course is recommended for those who anticipate they will retain significant hands-on and day-to-day responsibility for practice management and administrative functions such as practice finance, trust accounting, marketing, business development, information technology, staff management and more.
10 – 14 May 2021
12 – 16 July 2021
11 – 15 October 2021
22 – 26 November 2021
Medium to Large Practice Focus
The medium to large practice stream is tailored for practitioners who currently practice in, or intend to practice in, a legal practice with 20 or more practising certificate holders. Aspiring principals of medium or large practices will develop the essential managerial skills and expert knowledge required to manage a legal practice.
22 – 26 March 2021
6 – 10 September 2021
The PMC is open to all solicitors admitted in Australia. You do not need to be currently working as a solicitor or hold a practising certificate to enrol in the course.
Non-legal practice directors of Incorporated Legal Practices are not eligible to enrol in a PMC as they are not eligible to hold a Principal Practising Certificate. The legal practitioner must be a director of an Incorporated Legal Practice to hold a Principal Practising Certificate.
You are considered to be enrolled upon receipt of the course registration fee.
Enrolment will be confirmed via email and course materials will be issued three weeks prior to the start of the course.
This will be sent to your preferred email address according to QLS records.