Prospective Candidates– How To Become A Lawyer in Canada

This page is strictly for:

– Foreign-trained lawyers from all over the world,

– All internationally-trained law graduates (including those in final year of law school).

  • Who want to immigrate to Canada, or,
  • Who want to become licensed to practice law in Canada, or
  • Who want to be able to practice across borders.

Do you know that to become a lawyer in Canada?

 There’s no age limit
 No previous professional qualification/experience is required
You can apply as a fresh law graduate or even in your final year of law school
 You may come from a common-law or non common-law jurisdiction
 No citizenship is required
 No permanent residency is required
You don’t even have to be physically present in Canada yet to begin the process?
You can start the process TODAY, right there from your home country and then continue/complete it in Canada.

And do you know that the qualification and licensing process to practice in CANADA is far, far cheaper than you can ever imagine…?

How do I start the process?
How and when can I apply?
What documents do I need to submit?
How much will the process cost me?
How long will it take?