1 Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution Practice (FDRP) WORKSHOPS HELD IN OUR SYDNEY, BRISBANE, MELBOURNE AND PERTH OFFICES. US CALL US VISIT US collaw.edu.au/fdrp
2 HOW TO BECOME AN ACCREDITED FDRP SUBJECTS IN THE GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF FAMILY DISPUTE RESOLUTION PRACTICE (satisfying the six core competencies prescribed by the Attorney General) FDRP1 Mediation* FDRP2 Understanding and Working with Families in Conflict** FDRP3 Australian Family Law*** FDRP4 Advanced Family Dispute Resolution *Nationally Accredited Mediators are eligible for advanced standing in this subject. **Accredited psychologists and social workers are eligible for advanced standing in this subject. ***Graduates of The College of Law Master of Applied Law (Family Law) or Accredited Specialists in Family Law are eligible for advanced standing in this subject. 10 HOURS OF SUPERVISED PLACEMENT Obtain permission from The College of Law first by filling out the enclosed Practicum Approval form Once completed, return the enclosed Practicum Declaration form RECEIVE CONFIRMATION OF COURSE COMPLETION WITH THE COLLEGE OF LAW APPLY FOR ACCREDITATION AS AN FDRP WITH THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL S DEPARTMENT FAMILY DISPUTE RESOLUTION PRACTIONER The information provided was correct at the time of printing October Please check our website at for the most up-to-date information.
3 INTRODUCTION The College of Law s Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution Practice will train you in the core competencies required by the Attorney-General to become an Accredited Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner (FDRP). WHAT IS A FAMILY DISPUTE RESOLUTION PRACTITIONER (FDRP)? An FDRP is an independent professional who helps people affected by separation or divorce to resolve their disputes. To become an FDRP, you must meet the requirements under the Family Law (Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners) Regulations 2008 and apply for accreditation with the Attorney-General s Department. The Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution Practice is designed to meet the educational requirements leading to accreditation by satisfying the six core competencies prescribed under the Family Law (Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners) Regulations 2008, plus a minimum of 10 hours of clinical placement. The competencies are satisfied within the four subjects of the Graduate Diploma. DELIVERY This course is designed to be intensive and to enable you to satisfy the educational requirements required to become a FDRP within six months. In addition, you must complete the clinical placement before you can apply for registration. You will need to attend faceto-face workshops on three occasions, plus complete online study. You can expect to spend around 10 hours per week on study. Completion of the Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution Practice will enable you to satisfy your CPD requirements of ethics, professional skills, practice management and substantive law. SHOULD I ENROL? Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners come from a variety of backgrounds. You do not need to practise family law or even be a lawyer to enrol. While family law is covered, the focus is on the practical realities of resolving conflicts which involve families, relationship breakdowns and family violence. It is likely that each class will consist of lawyers, social workers, psychologists and people from other backgrounds, providing an opportunity to learn from diverse experiences. To enrol, you must hold a Bachelor s degree or equivalent. Do you hold a Master of Applied Law (Family Law) or are you a Nationally Accredited Mediator or Accredited Specialist (Family Law)? If so, you may be eligible for advanced standing. The Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution Practice has been beneficial to my practice and an efficient means of gaining the necessary qualifications of becoming an FDRP. The qualification has added a new dimension to my Family Law practice and I would recommend this course to other practitioners. Debbie Morton Principal, Morton Family Lawyers, NSW Accredited Specialist (Family Law) and graduate, The College of Law Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution Practice
4 LEARNING RESOURCES WHAT LEARNING RESOURCES ARE AVAILABLE? Our online program is designed to give you the flexibility to study anywhere via a computer with internet access. We will provide you with: EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR THE COURSE VIA ONE LOCATION You can find all course resources on the Learning Portal your course materials, assessments and your readings for each week are delivered from one location so there is no need to look elsewhere. SUPPORT, FEEDBACK & GUIDANCE FROM YOUR LECTURER Throughout the course your lecturers, will be on hand to help guide you through the material, provide you with feedback on how you are tracking and support you through the course. PRACTICAL MATERIAL All materials, exercises and assessments are written with a practical rather than purely theoretical focus and are designed to help you build and improve on your skills in addressing problems in practice not just to test your understanding of legal concepts. ACCESS TO OUR EXTENSIVE ONLINE LIBRARY As a student, you will have access to online resources, including legal databases, such as LexisNexis, Westlaw and CCH. ACTIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT To help ensure your learning is as efficient and engaging as possible, there are regular opportunities in every subject to participate and engage in active learning activities: automated online exercises; tutorial discussions; webinars with your lecturer and the other members of your class; and through attending the full day face-to-face workshop. TUTORIALS HELD VIA WEBINAR OR TELECONFERENCE Your lecturer may hold regular tutorials via webinar, which you can attend from your desk. This offers students a great opportunity to discuss subject content with your peers and expert lecturers and to check on your progress in the subject.
5 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS HOW DO I BECOME A FDRP? In order to become an accredited FDRP you need to complete a course that covers the six competencies prescribed under the Family Law (Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners) Regulations 2008 and a supervised placement. The College of Law s Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution Practice satisfies the educational requirements. The four subjects: FDRP1 Mediation, FDRP2 Understanding and Working with Families in Conflict, FDRP3 Australian Family Law and FDRP4 Advanced Family Dispute Resolution cover the six core competencies outlined. In addition, you must complete a minimum of 10 hours of practicum placement, completed after you have finished the coursework. Once you have completed both the coursework and practicum you can apply to Attorney-General s Department for accreditation as an FDRP. WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AN FDRP AND A NATIONALLY ACCREDITED MEDIATOR? A family dispute resolution practitioner (FDRP) is an independent person that assists people who have been affected by divorce or separation in order to resolve their parenting disputes. FDRPs specialise in family dispute resolution. FDRPs can issues s60i certificates under the Family Law Act A nationally accredited mediator acts as a third party in order to support the participants of the mediation to reach their own decision. Mediators assist in managing the process of dispute and conflict resolution where the participants subsequently agree on the outcomes where appropriate. Mediators do not specialise in family law and may mediate across a number of areas, including family law. Nationally accredited mediators who are not FDRPs cannot issues s60i certificates under the Family Law Act It is possible to be both an FDRP and a nationally accredited mediator. HOW DO I BECOME A NATIONALLY ACCREDITED MEDIATOR? In order to be accredited, you must do the following: A mediation course that meets the requirements under the National Mediator Accreditation Standards (NMAS). FDRP1 subject is a mediation course that satisfies the NMAS requirements. Pass an accreditation assessment under NMAS Other requirements are: Evidence of good character; An undertaking to comply with ongoing practice standards and compliance with any legislative and approval requirements; Evidence of relevant insurance, statutory indemnity or employee status; Payment of the Mediator Standards Board registration fee; Evidence of membership or a relationship with an appropriate association or organisation that has appropriate and relevant ethical requirements, complaints and disciplinary processes as well as ongoing professional support Evidence of mediator competence by reference to education, training and experience
6 WHAT IS THE PRACTICUM, OR CLINICAL PLACEMENT? After you complete the required coursework, you also have to complete a practicum placement. Practicum must be 10 hours in total and it has to be supervised by a person that is an accredited Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner under the Family Law (Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners) Regulation Your practicum must occur in the delivery of mediation services which should: Respond to domestic and family violence in family work Create a supportive environment for safety of vulnerable parties Operate in a family law environment Facilitate dispute resolution in the family law context Implement family dispute resolution strategies Facilitate family dispute resolution in an impartial manner and adhere to ethical standards HOW DO I ORGANISE IT? We suggest that you start looking for a placement as soon as you enrol in the course. However, be mindful that you cannot start your placement until all of the coursework requirements are completed. You may want to start by looking at the local Family Relationship Centres and try to approach them to have the 10 hours placement. You can check the Attorney-General s website ( for a list of registered Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners and Family Relationship Centres. WHAT IS THE PRACTICUM, OR CLINICAL PLACEMENT? Your supervisor will need to ensure that they supervise your delivery of the mediation services that will have to meet the six compulsory units of competency. The six areas have been mentioned earlier under the practicum information. you can commence your placement and you will be under the College of Law s insurance. I HAVE DONE MY PLACEMENT, NOW WHAT? Once you have completed your placement, you will need to submit a Declaration form to the College. After you receive the confirmation that the placement has been signed off by the College, you can apply to graduate with Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution Practice. DO I HAVE TO GRADUATE BEFORE I CAN APPLY FOR ACCREDITATION AS AN FDRP? You can apply to become an accredited FDRP before you graduate if you have completed your coursework and practicum requirements. In order to apply, you will need to obtain from the College the confirmation letter and an academic transcript which you will need to enclose with your application. WHAT FORMS DO I NEED? You will need the following forms in order to complete your practicum, apply for Graduation and apply to become an accredited FDRP: Practicum approval form obtained and approved by the College Suggested form of compact Practicum declaration form Application to graduate Application for accreditation as a family dispute resolution practitioner obtained from the Attorney- General s Department Furthermore, please see enclosed the following documents that will be helpful as well: Practicum Rules List of Family Relationship Centres Working with Children Checks AM I INSURED? In order for the College of Law insurance to cover you during your practicum, the College has to approve your practicum placement before its commencement. In order to apply for an approval for the practicum, please complete and return to the College enclosed Practicum Approval form (in the back of this handbook). Once the practicum has been approved,
7 SUBJECTS FDRP1 MEDIATION The first subject focuses on the foundational skills of a mediator. The three-day workshop is practical and applied, giving you the opportunity to practise mediation skills through role play. This subject satisfies the requirements for a mediation course under the National Mediator Accreditation System. Additional assessment is required to become a Nationally Accredited Mediator. TOPICS INCLUDE: The dispute resolution spectrum Conciliation and arbitration Mediation Communication skills Conducting a mediation Assessment: Optional online tutorials, analysis of a case study, role plays, conducting a family mediation. Nationally Accredited Mediators are eligible for advanced standing in this subject. FDRP1 IMPORTANT DATES: Intake 1 (Queensland) Start Date: 25 January 2016 Census Date: 3 February 2016 Face-to-face workshop date: February 2016 End Date: 28 February 2016 Intake 1 (Western Australia) Start Date: 1 February 2016 Census Date: 8 February 2016 Face-to-face workshop date: 3-5 March 2016 End Date: 6 March 2016 Intake 1 (Victoria) Start Date: 8 February 2016 Census Date: 15 February 2016 Face-to-face workshop date: March 2016 End Date: 13 March 2016 Intake 1 (NSW) Start Date: 15 February 2016 Census Date: 22 February 2016 Face-to-face workshop date: March 2016 End Date: 20 March 2016 I first became an FDRP to complement my family law practice. I found it so rewarding that I transitioned out of legal practice to grow my own mediation practice. Being the impartial third party facilitating discussion, rather than acting for one side or another, is a very satisfying job. Danielle Jaku-Greenfield Mediator, lecturer and writer, Sydney Mediation Partnership, NMAS, Leadr
8 SUBJECTS FDRP2 UNDERSTANDING AND WORKING WITH FAMILIES IN CONFLICT An understanding of families involves an introduction to the meaning and purpose of the family system, and how the family is impacted through separation. This unit introduces the student to the nuances of working with conflicted families. We will focus on understanding how family groups function and how they are affected by conflict. In particular we will explore how children exposed to parental conflict can be impacted. TOPICS INCLUDE: Understanding families Impacts of separation on family members Family structures post-separation Individual conflict modes Children s needs Social science research: best interests of the child and post-separation parenting arrangements Assessment: Research paper on FDR models, role plays, reflective journal. FDRP2 IMPORTANT DATES: Intake 1 (Queensland) Start Date: 29 February 2016 Census Date: 8 March 2016 Face-to-face workshop date: 31 March-2 April 2016 End Date: 3 April 2016 Intake 1 (Western Australia) Start Date: 7 March 2016 Census Date: 15 March 2016 Face-to-face workshop date: 7-9 April 2016 End Date: 10 April 2016 Intake 1 (Victoria) Start Date: 14 March 2016 Census Date: 22 March 2016 Face-to-face workshop date: April 2016 End Date: 17 April 2016 Intake 1 (NSW) Start Date: 21 March 2016 Census Date: 29 March 2016 Face-to-face workshop date: April 2016 End Date: 25 April 2016 Accredited psychologists and social workers may be eligible for advanced standing in this subject.
9 SUBJECTS FDRP3 AUSTRALIAN FAMILY LAW This subject offers a thorough understanding of the family law framework. It is an important first stage subject to give context to the introduction of mediation within the family law environment. Students will learn about the family law framework relevant legislation and case studies for both property and parenting, and some drafting techniques. This is especially important for the nonlawyer students and any students who have not practised already in family law. TOPICS INCLUDE: Overview of Australian Family Law system Legal definitions What is the best interests of the child? Understanding risk and child protection Parenting plans and parenting orders Introduction to property matters The 4 step process in property matters Introduction to child support Assessment: Drafting a parental plan and enforceable orders, prepare information for property mediation, optional online tutorials FDRP3 IMPORTANT DATES: Intake 1 (Queensland) Start Date: 4 April 2016 Census Date: 11 April 2016 Note there is no face-to-face workshop for this subject End Date: 8 May 2016 Intake 1 (Western Australia) Start Date: 11 April 2016 Census Date: 18 April 2016 Note there is no face-to-face workshop for this subject End Date: 15 May 2016 Intake 1 (Victoria) Start Date: 18 April 2016 Census Date: 27 April 2016 Note there is no face-to-face workshop for this subject End Date: 22 May 2016 Intake 1 (NSW) Start Date: 26 April 2016 Census Date: 3 May 2016 Note there is no face-to-face workshop for this subject End Date: 29 May 2016 Graduates of The College of Law Master of Applied Law (Family Law) or Accredited Specialists in Family Law are eligible for advanced standing in this subject.
10 SUBJECTS FDRP4 ADVANCED FAMILY DISPUTE RESOLUTION This unit introduces the student to the challenges of working with conflicted families where high complexity is present, such as drug and alcohol issues, mental health issues, or family and domestic violence. The focus of this unit is on understanding the complexities of vulnerability, with particular focus on the management of domestic and family violence in family dispute resolution processes. Understanding the nuances of power and control, followed by strategies for the management of such cases will be outlined and practiced through role play. TOPICS INCLUDE: Ethical practice in FDR Dimensions of family violence Beliefs and theories of family violence Issues of power and culture Determining risk of violence Communicating with vulnerable parties and users of violence Child inclusive mediation Conducting conciliation conferences and private mediations FDRP4 IMPORTANT DATES: Intake 1 (Queensland) Start Date: 9 May 2016 Census Date: 18 May 2016 Face-to-face workshop date: 8-11 June 2016 End Date: 19 June 2016 Intake 1 (Western Australia) Start Date: 16 May 2016 Census Date: 25 May 2016 Face-to-face workshop date: June 2016 End Date: 27 June 2016 Intake 1 (Victoria) Start Date: 23 May 2016 Census Date: 31 May 2016 Face-to-face workshop date: June 2016 End Date: 4 July 2016 Intake 1 (NSW) Start Date: 30 May 2016 Census Date: 8 June 2016 Face-to-face workshop date: 30 June - 3 July 2016 End Date: 11 July 2016 Assessment: Power imbalances, screening, risk assessment and safety plan, conduct a family law mediation, reflective journal.
11 PRACTICUM APPLICATION PROCESS FAMILY DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROGRAM Once you have completed FDRP4 and have reached the final stages of your Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution you are able to undertake your practicum placement. You may secure your placement before you complete the coursework but you cannot undertake it until all coursework is complete. As part of this pack, please find in this handbook the following documents/forms: Practicum Rules Suggested Form of Compact Practicum Declaration form List of Family Relationship Centres Application to Graduate Application to become a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner FINDING A PLACEMENT Once your coursework is completed, you can start your practicum placement. You are responsible for finding your own placement and must have it approved by the College before you start. We recommend you approach Family Relationships Centres (FRCs) or registered Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners to complete your practicum. You can check the Attorney-General s website ( for a list of registered FDRPs and FRCs. If you have not done this already, you need to ensure that you complete a Working with Children Check and Police Check before you commence your practicum. Links to the various state agencies that conduct these checks is in the enclosed document, Working with Children and Police Checks. Once you found a suitable placement, you will need to complete and submit an Approval of Placement form to the College. We also suggest that you draft a set of guidelines with your practicum supervisor. We have enclosed a Suggested Form of Compact. COMPLETION OF PLACEMENT Once you complete your approved practicum placement, you will need to submit the Practicum Declaration form which: Confirms and outlines the details of the practicum undertaken; Confirms that you have been supervised by an appropriate supervisor (ie an accredited FDRP); Includes an acknowledgement signed by the approved supervisor. You can also submit your Application to graduate form at the same time as you submit your Practicum Declaration form. BECOMING AN ACCREDITED FAMILY DISPUTE RESOLUTION PRACTITIONER Once you complete all the required coursework and the practicum requirement, you are then eligible to apply to become an accredited Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner. In order to apply, you will need to complete an enclosed form and submit it to Attorney-General s Department. If you will apply before the conferral of your award, you will need to contact the College so that we can provide you with a completion letter and your academic transcript which you will need to enclose with your application. If you have any questions in relation to you practicum rules or any other questions, please feel free to contact our Client Services Team via or
12 ENROLMENT INFORMATION GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF FAMILY DISPUTE RESOLUTION PRACTICE ENROLMENT DATE Applications should be received by the Monday before the intake starts. Late applications can be accepted but there may be a short delay providing access to the learning portal. APPLICATIONS AND ENROLMENTS Please complete the enclosed Application and Enrolment Form and send it to the College with your payment along with certified copies of: official Bachelor s degree academic transcript or graduation certificate of your undergraduate degree; proof of name change (if applicable). SUBJECT FEES The 2016 subject fee is: $2,790 (GST exempt). The College s fees are reviewed annually and may be varied during your period of study. PAYMENT OPTIONS Fees must be paid in full before the start of each subject. Payment may be made by cheque, EFT or credit card. Australian citizens and holders of permanent humanitarian visas may elect to defer their tuition fee payment through the Commonwealth Government s FEE-HELP scheme. If you elect to pay with FEE-HELP, you must include a completed Request for FEE-HELP Assistance Form with your completed Application and Enrolment Form. The FEE-HELP information booklet and form are available from the Applied Law Programs Courses Administrator on or FEE-HELP is not available if you are studying a single subject on a non-award basis. For further details, please visit WITHDRAWALS, DEFERRALS AND REFUNDS If you enrol and become aware of a circumstance which will prevent you from completing the semester, you may withdraw before the Census Date. Please see census dates for each subject in the subject information under Important Dates. Notice of withdrawal in writing must be received by the College on or prior to the Census Date. Refunds will not be made after the Census Date, other than in exceptional circumstances and at the College s discretion. Where a refund is made a $200 administration charge will apply. If you have applied for FEE-HELP assistance, you may withdraw from the Program on or prior to the Census Date without incurring a Commonwealth debt. The College will charge an administration fee of $200. After the Census Date, you become liable to repay the tuition fee via the tax system. (See the FEE-HELP information booklet or visit If you do not withdraw before the Census Date, you may apply to defer your studies, meaning that you will complete your studies in another intake. You will not receive a refund and if you have applied for FEE-HELP assistance, you will incur a Commonwealth debt in the intake in which you originally enrol. However, you will not be required to pay an enrolment fee again when you return to study. If the subject fee has increased, you will need to pay the difference. Applications to defer must be received within one week of the Census Date. FURTHER QUESTIONS If you have any further questions, please contact: Applied Law Programs Phone: HOW TO ENROL Please send your completed Application and Enrolment Form and accompanying documentation to: Client Services The College of Law Level 16, 111 Elizabeth Street Sydney NSW 2000 or DX 838 Sydney The information provided was correct at the time of printing October Please check our website at for the most up-to-date information.
13 APPLICATION FORM GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF FAMILY DISPUTE RESOLUTION PRACTICE PART A PERSONAL DETAILS Please fill in all sections of this form using CAPITAL letters and in blue or black ink. Title: Mr Ms Miss Mrs Other: First Name: Middle Name: Preferred First Name (if different): Surname: Firm/Organisation: Work Address Street: Suburb/Town: State: Postcode: Country: Personal Address Street: Suburb/Town: State: Postcode: Country: Preferred Mailing Address: Work Personal Date of birth: D D M M Y Y Y Y Gender: Male Female Home Telephone: Mobile: Work: Fax: PART B PERSONAL DETAILS (INFORMATION FOR GOVERNMENT REPORTING) Q1 In which country were you born? Q2 If you were not born in Australia, in which year did you first arrive in Australia? Q3 Are you of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent? Neither Aboriginal nor Torres Strait Islander origin Of Aboriginal origin and Torres Strait Islander origin Q4 Which of the following applies to you? New Zealand citizen (attach documentary evidence). Of Aboriginal origin Of Torres Strait Islander origin Australian citizen (inc. Australians with dual citizenship). Not Australian citizen (attach documentary evidence). Q5 What language, other than English, is spoken at your permanent home residence? Q6A Do you have a disability, impairment, or long term medical condition which may affect your studies? Yes No Q6B If yes, please indicate which of the following apply: Hearing Learning Mobility Vision Medical Other(please specify) Q6C If yes, would you like advice on support services and facilities which may assist you? Yes No Q7 What is the highest educational qualification you have obtained? Please provide details: Name of institution:
14 APPLICATION FORM GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF FAMILY DISPUTE RESOLUTION PRACTICE PART B PERSONAL DETAILS (INFORMATION FOR GOVERNMENT REPORTING) Name of institution: Degree/Diploma: Date of completion # : CHESSN * (if issued): University Student No.: # last exam/assessment date *Commonwealth Higher Education Student Support Number Q8A What is the gender of your 1st parent? Q8B What is the highest education level of your 1st parent? Q8C What is the gender of your 2nd parent? Q8D What is the highest education level of your 2nd parent? PART C COURSE DETAILS I am applying for admission to the following award (please tick the applicable box): Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution Practice February 2016 intake Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution Practice July 2016 intake Following completion of these subjects, you also need to complete 10 hours supervised placement. It is an individual s responsibility to find suitable clinical placement and to provide the College with evidence that the requirement has been met before graduation. PART D ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED WITH APPLICATION I have enclosed a certified copy of: Official academic transcript or graduation certificate; and Proof of name change (if applicable) Course location: Sydney Brisbane Melbourne Perth PART E CONDITIONS OF ENROLMENT By signing this Application Form you declare that all information provided by you in relation to this application is true and correct and: Undertake to familiarise yourself and comply with the Applied Law Program Manual located at Acknowledge that you have read the 2016 Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution Practice handbook and the Applied Law Program Manual and agree that you are enrolling subject only to the terms and conditions contained therein. Acknowledge the Withdrawal, Refund and Deferral Fee Policies in the Program Manual, including the incidental administrative penalties for withdrawal. Authorise The College of Law to obtain relevant information from the institution where you obtained your law degree if required. Undertake to advise The College of Law if you change your address or contact details. Acknowledge The College of Law s reporting responsibilities under the Education Services for Overseas Students Act 2000 and Higher Education Support Act Recognise that The College of Law will require certification indicating English proficiency for overseas students. Authorise The College of Law, under the Privacy Act 1988, to utilise and disclose personal details for official use only which may include research on behalf of The College of Law. Undertake to receive notices and correspondence including Commonwealth Assistance Notices electronically. Signature: Date: D D M M Y Y Y Y
15 APPLICATION FORM GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF FAMILY DISPUTE RESOLUTION PRACTICE PAYMENT DETAILS THE TUITION FEE FOR EACH SUBJECT IS $2,790 (GST EXEMPT) I wish to pay by: FEE-HELP Original FEE-HELP Assistance Form enclosed Cheque Made out to The College of Law Visa Mastercard Amex Card Number: Cardholder s Name: Expiry Date: / CCV Code: Amount to be charged to card: $ Signature: The College of Law Limited ABN ISBN: RETURN FORMS TO: Client Services, The College of Law, Level 16, St James Centre, 111 Elizabeth St, Sydney, NSW 2000 or DX 838 Sydney Payment Summary: FEE-HELP $ Direct Payment $ Total $ Please return completed form and accompanying documentation to Client Services, The College of Law Level, 16, 111 Elizabeth Street, Sydney NSW 2000 or DX 838 Sydney