Becoming A Lawyer – Canada

Part 5 – Bar Admission In Canadian Provinces

So, you want to be a lawyer! Unfortunately, graduating from law school is only the first step. After graduating from a Canadian law school (be careful it is hard to become a lawyer in Canada without graduating from a Canadian school) you must complete the Bar Admission Course in the province you wish to practice. You may graduate from any Canadian law school and become a lawyer in any Canadian province. You need not graduate from law school in the province you wish to practice.

The Bar Admission Course consists of a combination of “articling” and a “classroom component.” It takes from ten to eighteen months to complete (depending on the province).

Further information on the requirements for each province may be found at: www.flsc.ca

To see the complete article from which this has been excerpted see:

http://www.trininetwork.com/news/lawart3.htm

8 thoughts on “Becoming A Lawyer – Canada

  1. Ali

    I Am Iranian Lawyer In Iran And I Graduate In Law (Msc)

    My Major Is Private Law(Including To Some Extent Criminal Law,Family Law,Civil Law Etc…)

    I Want Immigrate To Canada,But I Concern About My Job In Canada

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    With This Situation Is There Any Chance For Me With This Educations In Canada For Finding Legal Jobs?Or I Should Go To University In Canada

    Could You Give Me Some Informations About Law Major In Canada?

    Thanks

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  3. Michael

    Hi there,
    I have an English Law Degree, and i plan to train in England. However, i would like to move away from England, and i am wondering for some advice and information about going to Canada with my LLB.
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  4. Avtar

    Hello, I am a Lawyer from India with many years of experience and presently working in as a Registered Foreign Lawyer with a law firm. If I moved to Canada is it possible to transfer my Licence to Canada and worked as a Lawyer.

  5. Chunyi Lai

    Hi, I am an international student attending a Canadian post-secondary institute. I want to ask if there will be any restrictions for non-Canadians or non permanent residence to practice law in Canada. (e.g. People with only a international status)

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