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Information for barristers about LPLC insurance once they leave the Bar

Barristers who have ceased to enagage in legal practice and have surrendered their practising certificate will be covered for claims later made against them under LPLC's master policy for run-off liabilities.

To qualify for run-off cover, a barrister must have been insured by LPLC immediately prior to ceasing legal practice.

The run-off policy is provided free of charge and applies automatically without application by a barrister once its qualifying terms are met.

This cover is part of LPLC’s insurance scheme for barristers and is provided through a master policy for run-off liabilities issued annually.

LPLC barristers run-off policy 2020-2021.pdf

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Download LPLC barristers run-off policy 2020-2021.pdf

LPLC barristers run-off policy 2019-2020.pdf

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Download LPLC barristers run-off policy 2019-2020.pdf

Contact us for more information about leaving the Bar and run-off insurance cover

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+61 3 9672 3800

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Bernadette Mallia
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