Specialist Accreditation
  • Why should I be accredited?

Specialist accreditation is a significant achievement and valuable asset to recognise and promote your expertise in a specialisation, and thus enhance your reputation. It gives you the opportunity to distinguish yourself from your peers. Specialist accreditation also allows you to be identified by the legal industry and the general public as possessing the requisite skills and knowledge in your chosen area of specialisation.

  • What is the difference between an Accredited Specialist and a Senior Accredited Specialist?

  • To be accredited, what are the eligibility criteria to fulfil?
  • How do I apply for specialist accreditation?
  • What are the application dates for specialist accreditation?

  • What documentation do I need to include in my application?
  • How is the 5 or 10 years’ PQE calculated?

  • Once I am accredited, what must I do to maintain my accreditation?
  • What if I am unable to fulfil certain criteria? Are there exemptions?
  • What are the fees?
  • What are the refunds?
  • What are the important dates I should take note of?