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Those wishing to practice law in Western Australia must meet the educational and practice requirements set by the Legal Practice Board of Western Australia pursuant to the Legal Profession Act 2008.

The final step to become a legal practitioner in Western Australia is for the Supreme Court to validate and confirm that all Legal Practice Board requirements have been met. This process which is referred to as being "admitted" to the legal profession, involves a hearing before the Supreme Court by those seeking admission.

In addition, pursuant to the Mutual Recognition (WA) Act 2001, those who meet the requirements and are entitled to practice law in other Australian states and territories may be admitted to practice law in Western Australia.

Admissions Ceremonies are live-streamed from this website, with video recordings of the ceremony available on this page shortly after the Admissions Ceremonies for a limited time.


Admissions – Live Broadcast of Admissions Ceremonies in the Supreme Court of Western Australia


Admissions Ceremonies were last held at the Supreme Court on 5 October 2018.

9.15am - Admissions Ceremony (AVI 241MB)

The following people were admitted in the ceremonies to practice as a lawyer in Western Australia:

Admitted on Friday, 5 October 2018:

Matilda Anne Benson

Jenna Christina Brown

Lucy Helen Clark

Anthony Conrad Consedine

Grace Lauren Coombs

Yii Mee Fong

Ashton   Garrett

Joanne Lesley Graham

Tessa Marie Hackett Jones

Zoe Eva Joy Kalimeris

Justin Edmund Koleits

Cherry Chi-Lai Lee

Jennifer Frances Morris

Janjira Tanya Ritchie

Cornelia Jacoba Susanna Robbetze

Xing Quan Soo

Xiao Lei Teo

Ivana Vasic

Shaun Wyn-Jones


Further information about the legal profession and legal practice may be obtained from the Legal Practice Board of Western Australia website.


Last updated: 5-Oct-2018

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