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Three Catagories of Membership

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Fellow

Associate

Student

An applicant shall be eligible for admission as a Fellow of the Institute once the Council is satisfied that he or she has, inter alia, been in full time practice as a Legal Costs Accountant, dealing exclusively with the preparation and Taxation of legal costs for a period of at least 15 years.

An applicant shall be eligible for admission as an Associate of the Institute once the Council is satisfied that he or she has, inter alia, been in full time practice as a Legal Costs Accountant, dealing exclusively with the preparation and Taxation of legal costs for a period of at least 4 years. Furthermore, an applicant for Associate membership must have passed such examinations as prescribed by the Council or presently, to have attained following a course of at least two years duration in legal studies, a recognised diploma/degree.

An applicant shall be eligible for admission as a Student of the Institute once the Council is satisfied that he or she intends to study for the profession of Legal Costs Accountant and is currently employed with a member of the Institute, or by a firm of Solicitors or any legal department of State, Local Authority or commercial concern and is engaged in active training in the preparation and Taxation of legal costs.

How to apply

The information given on the previous page is not an exhaustive criterion for membership and should not be construed as a legal definition of membership.

 

All applications are dealt with by the Council in compliance with the rules of the Institute.

 

To make an Application for Membership, please first contact the Administrative Secretary, Rob McCann by emailing info@ilca.ie

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The Institute of Legal Costs Accountants is the body representing and governing its members and is not in a position to offer any advice to persons relating to legal costs. Any queries regarding legal costs should be directed to a practicing Legal Costs Accountant. Please refer to our Member Directory. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of the information contained in this website, please note that it is for information purposes only. The Institution of Legal Costs Accountants does not make any warranties in respect of this information being construed as legal advice.

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Three Catagories of Membership

Becoming a member

Fellow

Associate

Student

An applicant shall be eligible for admission as an Associate of the Institute once the Council is satisfied that he or she has, inter alia, been in full time practice as a Legal Costs Accountant, dealing exclusively with the preparation and Taxation of legal costs for a period of at least 4 years. Furthermore, an applicant for Associate membership must have passed such examinations as prescribed by the Council or presently, to have attained following a course of at least two years duration in legal studies, a recognised diploma/degree.

An applicant shall be eligible for admission as a Fellow of the Institute once the Council is satisfied that he or she has, inter alia, been in full time practice as a Legal Costs Accountant, dealing exclusively with the preparation and Taxation of legal costs for a period of at least 15 years.

An applicant shall be eligible for admission as a Student of the Institute once the Council is satisfied that he or she intends to study for the profession of Legal Costs Accountant and is currently employed with a member of the Institute, or by a firm of Solicitors or any legal department of State, Local Authority or commercial concern and is engaged in active training in the preparation and Taxation of legal costs.

How to apply

The information given on the previous page is not an exhaustive criterion for membership

and should not be construed as a legal definition of membership.

 

All applications are dealt with by the Council in compliance

with the rules of the Institute.

 

To make an Application for Membership, please first contact the Administrative Secretary, Rob McCann by emailing info@ilca.ie

Three Catagories of Membership

Becoming a member

Fellow

Associate

Student

An applicant shall be eligible for admission as a Fellow of the Institute once the Council is satisfied that he or she has, inter alia, been in full time practice as a Legal Costs Accountant, dealing exclusively with the preparation and Taxation of legal costs for a period of at least 15 years.

An applicant shall be eligible for admission as an Associate of the Institute once the Council is satisfied that he or she has, inter alia, been in full time practice as a Legal Costs Accountant, dealing exclusively with the preparation and Taxation of legal costs for a period of at least 4 years. Furthermore, an applicant for Associate membership must have passed such examinations as prescribed by the Council or presently, to have attained following a course of at least two years duration in legal studies, a recognised diploma/degree.

An applicant shall be eligible for admission as a Student of the Institute once the Council is satisfied that he or she intends to study for the profession of Legal Costs Accountant and is currently employed with a member of the Institute, or by a firm of Solicitors or any legal department of State, Local Authority or commercial concern and is engaged in active training in the preparation and Taxation of legal costs.

How to apply

The information given on the previous page is not an exhaustive criterion for membership

and should not be construed as a legal definition of membership.

 

All applications are dealt with by the Council in compliance

with the rules of the Institute.

 

To make an Application for Membership, please first contact the Administrative Secretary, Rob McCann  by emailing info@ilca.ie

Becoming a member

Three Catagories of Membership

Fellow

An applicant shall be eligible for admission as a Fellow of the Institute once the Council is satisfied that he or she has, inter alia, been in full time practice as a Legal Costs Accountant, dealing exclusively with the preparation and Taxation of legal costs for a period of at least 15 years.

An applicant shall be eligible for admission as an Associate of the Institute once the Council is satisfied that he or she has, inter alia, been in full time practice as a Legal Costs Accountant, dealing exclusively with the preparation and Taxation of legal costs for a period of at least 4 years. Furthermore, an applicant for Associate membership must have passed such examinations as prescribed by the Council or presently, to have attained following a course of at least two years duration in legal studies, a recognised diploma/degree.

Associate

An applicant shall be eligible for admission as a Student of the Institute once the Council is satisfied that he or she intends to study for the profession of Legal Costs Accountant and is currently employed with a member of the Institute, or by a firm of Solicitors or any legal department of State, Local Authority or commercial concern and is engaged in active training in the preparation and Taxation of legal costs.

Student

How to apply

The information given on the previous page is not an exhaustive

criterion for membership and should not be construed

as a legal definition of membership.

 

All applications are dealt with by the Council in compliance

with the rules of the Institute.

 

To make an Application for Membership, please first contact the Administrative Secretary, Rob McCann by emailing info@ilca.ie

Three Catagories of Membership

Becoming a member

An applicant shall be eligible for admission as a Fellow of the Institute once the Council is satisfied that he or she has, inter alia, been in full time practice as a Legal Costs Accountant, dealing exclusively with the preparation and Taxation of legal costs for a period of at least 15 years.

Fellow

An applicant shall be eligible for admission as an Associate of the Institute once the Council is satisfied that he or she has, inter alia, been in full time practice as a Legal Costs Accountant, dealing exclusively with the preparation and Taxation of legal costs for a period of at least 4 years. Furthermore, an applicant for Associate membership must have passed such examinations as prescribed by the Council or presently, to have attained following a course of at least two years duration in legal studies, a recognised diploma/degree.

Associate

An applicant shall be eligible for admission as a Student of the Institute once the Council is satisfied that he or she intends to study for the profession of Legal Costs Accountant and is currently employed with a member of the Institute, or by a firm of Solicitors or any legal department of State, Local Authority or commercial concern and is engaged in active training in the preparation and Taxation of legal costs.

Student

How to apply

The information given on the previous page is not an exhaustive criterion for membership and should not be construed as a legal definition of membership.

 

All applications are dealt with by the Council in compliance with the rules of the Institute.

 

To make an Application for Membership, please first contact the Administrative Secretary, Stephen Fitzpatrick by emailing info@ilca.ie

Becoming a member

Three Catagories of Membership

Fellow

An applicant shall be eligible for admission as a Fellow of the Institute once the Council is satisfied that he or she has, inter alia, been in full time practice as a Legal Costs Accountant, dealing exclusively with the preparation and Taxation of legal costs for a period of at least 15 years.

An applicant shall be eligible for admission as an Associate of the Institute once the Council is satisfied that he or she has, inter alia, been in full time practice as a Legal Costs Accountant, dealing exclusively with the preparation and Taxation of legal costs for a period of at least 4 years. Furthermore, an applicant for Associate membership must have passed such examinations as prescribed by the Council or presently, to have attained following a course of at least two years duration in legal studies, a recognised diploma/degree.

Associate

Student

An applicant shall be eligible for admission as a Student of the Institute once the Council is satisfied that he or she intends to study for the profession of Legal Costs Accountant and is currently employed with a member of the Institute, or by a firm of Solicitors or any legal department of State, Local Authority or commercial concern and is engaged in active training in the preparation and Taxation of legal costs.

How to apply

The information given on the previous page is not an exhaustive criterion for membership and should not be construed as a legal definition of membership.

 

All applications are dealt with by the Council in compliance with the rules of the Institute.

 

To make an Application for Membership, please first contact the Administrative Secretary, Rob McCann by emailing info@ilca.ie

Becoming a member

Three Catagories of Membership

Fellow

An applicant shall be eligible for admission as a Fellow of the Institute once the Council is satisfied that he or she has, inter alia, been in full time practice as a Legal Costs Accountant, dealing exclusively with the preparation and Taxation of legal costs for a period of at least 15 years.

Associate

An applicant shall be eligible for admission as an Associate of the Institute once the Council is satisfied that he or she has, inter alia, been in full time practice as a Legal Costs Accountant, dealing exclusively with the preparation and Taxation of legal costs for a period of at least 4 years. Furthermore, an applicant for Associate membership must have passed such examinations as prescribed by the Council or presently, to have attained following a course of at least two years duration in legal studies, a recognised diploma/degree.

An applicant shall be eligible for admission as a Student of the Institute once the Council is satisfied that he or she intends to study for the profession of Legal Costs Accountant and is currently employed with a member of the Institute, or by a firm of Solicitors or any legal department of State, Local Authority or commercial concern and is engaged in active training in the preparation and Taxation of legal costs.

Student

How to apply

The information given on the previous page is not an exhaustive criterion for membership and should not be construed as a legal definition of membership.

 

All applications are dealt with by the Council in compliance with the rules of the Institute.

 

To make an Application for Membership, please first contact the Administrative Secretary, Rob McCann  by emailing info@ilca.ie