After successfully completing the LL.B Degree at the Faculty, in order to enter the legal profession (i.e. to practise as a lawyer), law graduates have to pass the Final Examination conducted by the Sri Lanka Law College, which is administered by the Council of Legal Education. LL.B graduates are exempted only from the Preliminary and Intermediate Examinations. Nevertheless, LL.B. graduates who did not follow Labour Law and Interpretation of Statutes and Documents as subjects for his/her LL.B. Degree have to appear for the subjects; Industrial Law and Interpretation of Statutes and Documents at the Final Examination of the Sri Lanka Law College.
Once the Final Examination of the Law College is completed, students have to undergo a period of six month apprenticeship with a senior lawyer, in addition to following the practical training programme conducted by the Law College.