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    Hi guys,
    Just wondering if anyone could help me out. After endless Googling and researching, I am still very confused about what the requirements would be to study an LPC equivalent in Australia. I am currently studying an undergraduate Philosophy degree but then plan to take the GDL so that I essentially have a law undergraduate degree. I think the LPC equivalent in Oz is the PLT (Practical Legal Training) but I can't find information anywhere about whether the GDL is equivalent to the Australian LLB or JD, i.e. I don't know whether I'd be able to apply straight to the PLT after my GDL. Does anyone have any information on this?
    Thanks for reading!
 
 
 
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