Legal Project Practitioner™


The Legal Project Practitioner™ certification, issued by the International Institute of Legal Project Management (IILPM), recognises a person with practitioner knowledge about Legal Project Management and has the ability to lead legal matters as a legal project manager. This is the premier global certification for a legal project manager.

To apply for the LPP certification, an applicant is required to either have completed at least:

must meet one or more of the following criteria:

  • a qualified lawyer (with or without a practice certificate);
  • completion of an IILPM ATP-delivered university program;
  • working in a law firm for at least one year;
  • working with internal Legal Counsel for at least one year; and/or
  • working with law firms in the capacity of an adviser, consultant or trainer for at least one year.

For Sub-Sahara Africa, the following documentation is required:

  • Completed LPP form (will be issued by Avuka once the certification has been booked and paid);
  • Comprehensive CV addressing one of more of the above-stated criteria;
  • Naming of three referees (name, designation, company, email and cell phone no.) who can verify the CV;
  • Certified copies of university diplomas and certificates; and
  • Certified copy of ID (in South Africa: both sides of the SmartID card) or passport

Once you have "booked" the LPP certification and have submitted all documents, Avuka will pre-screen the application and, if complete, forward the application form together with the below-mentioned documents to the IILPM for adjudication and completion of the process.


Collections: IILPM Certification

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