We offer a variety of resources for you as a Student-at-Law in your journey to the Bar.
|A Glimpse Into the New Education Plan||The focus of the education plan has shifted away from a substantive law based approach toward entry level competencies. The new education plan aligns articling students in Alberta with nationwide standards for entry into the profession.|
|Beginning Again: Internationally Trained Lawyers||First and foremost, ITLs and ITLGs without a Canadian common law degree must have their education and experience evaluated by the National Committee on Accreditation (NCA).|
|Rising to the Challenge||The elation of finishing law school can be quickly overshadowed by the seemingly disproportionate law student to articling position ratio. As a result, students are finding creative ways to meet the articling requirement.|
|What can a Student-at-law do?||You will see that the right to give legal advice and appear before courts turns upon being a lawyer, barrister, solicitor, member of the bar, advocate, avocat, attorney, agent, counsel or officer of the court.|