What is the Warrant?
After five years of studies, the warrant is the final step for all Faculty of Laws students in acquiring the accreditation in order to begin practicing in the legal career they set out to choose.
The Junior Chamber of Advocates provides and the Chamber of Advocates provide revision sessions to help all final year and graduated students in going over the essential aspects of what the warrant examination entails. Throughout these sessions, the content covered will focus on Civil Law, Criminal Law and Constitutional Law which make up the written component of the warrant examination. There is also a special focus on the oral component of the warrant examination. All of these sessions are led by legal professionals in the field, including representatives of the Chamber of Advocates.
Our Past Warrant Sessions
Warrant Revision Sessions!
Calling all prospective lawyers Following the success of last year’s Warrant Revision Session, JCA and the Chamber of Advocates will be expanding it into a full course!
The course will comprise of 4 sessions encompassing a syllabus consisting of Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Commercial Law, Criminal Law and Ethics, making you aware of most of the topics that you will be facing in the coming written Warrant Exam
Furthermore, applicants will have the chance to participate in a mock oral exam, designed to give you a feel of what you may encounter in you own Oral.