The education system in New Zealand covers a wide range of qualifications from certificates to PhD.
The education system in New Zealand is divided into 10 levels. High levels imply more complex learning.
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When you graduate you will be qualified to work as a legal executive under the supervision of a practising lawyer. You’ll have the skills and knowledge to work in support roles to lawyers in law offices, banking, property, insurance, finance or government.
This qualification will give you one of the eligibility criteria to become a registered legal executive through membership of The New Zealand Institute of Legal Executives Incorporated.
Introduction to the Legal System
Law Office Practice
Wills, Trusts and Estates Law and Practice
Litigation Law and Practice
Business Law and Practice
Property Law and Practice
- NCEA level 2; or