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The Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme (QLTS) offers the chance for those who have qualified as a lawyer abroad in certain jurisdictions to practice law in England or Wales.

What is the Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme (QLTS)? By Paul Harris, Co-founder & Director, AllAboutLaw

The Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme (QLTS) was launched by the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority (SRA) in September 2010, effectively replacing the Qualified Lawyers Transfer Test (QLTT). Essentially, the QLTS is a conversion process, which...

How do you transfer to UK law? By Jack Denton, Co-founder & Director, AllAboutLaw

So you are a qualified lawyer in your current country but you want to practice in England and Wales. How exactly do you go about becoming qualified here? The answer is by way of the Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme. This scheme allows certain...

QLTS assessments By Lauren Bowes, Editor,

If you've decided you need a more international outlook on law, you're probably aware of the QLTS qualification. The QLTS is useful for a variety of reasons, whether you're looking to relocate and practise law in the UK or simply want to enhance...

Changes to the QLTS - 2016 by Jack J Collins, Editor of

A selection of changes were made to the QLTS last year, meaning that life has become easier for those who wish to take the assessment. A summary of these changes is provided below: Candidates wishing to take the QLTS, as long as they are not...

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