Law Institute of Victoria seeks members’ views re LACC review of academic requirements

I have previously posted information about the Australian Law Admissions Consultative Committee review of Academic Requirements. The deadline for submissions to the LACC is 31 March 2015.

The Law Institute of Victoria is seeking views from its members – from the LIV ‘Law In Brief’ circular:

“Law Admissions Consultative Committee: We need your views
The LIV is seeking the views of members on the LACC review, which is being conducted at the request of the Council of Chief Justices. Specifically we would like your views on three broad questions; Does the Priestley 11 require changing? What are employers’ views on the skills graduates obtain at law school – what is working and what is missing? What are the views of law graduates and young lawyers? Send your views to Andrew Tabone at by 19 March to enable us to lodge a submission by the deadline of 31 March.”

The LACC has listed copies of submissions already received here.