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The National Accreditation Committee (NCA) evaluates legal evidence obtained outside of Canada or through a civil law degree program in Canada for individuals who intend to apply for admission to the bar in a Canadian common law jurisdiction. The NCA is a standing committee of the Federation of Law Societies of Canada. It assists the Law Societies of Canada in protecting the public interest by ensuring that any person who received his or her legal education and training outside Canada has a knowledge of Canadian law similar to that of a recognized Canadian common law degree program. If you studied law in Quebec or as part of the Canadian civil law program at the University of Ottawa — and want to practice in a common law jurisdiction in Canada — you must follow the NCA process. Only then will you be able to apply to the Canadian Law Societies of provinces and territories other than Quebec. The National Accreditation Committee (NCB) evaluates the legal education and work experience of individuals who have obtained their qualifications outside of Canada or in a Canadian civil law program. Find out if you can apply. The NCA uses a national rating standard. This means that you can be eligible for admission to the bar in any Canadian common law jurisdiction through a single process. To do this, you must have legal qualifications from another country or a Canadian civil law degree.

The NCA assesses the qualifications of all internationally educated law graduates, whether they are Canadian citizens who have studied law abroad, newcomers to Canada with foreign legal training, or individuals planning to emigrate to Canada. The NCA assesses legal qualifications acquired outside Canada for individuals who wish to be called to the common law bar in Canada. Each file (application) is assessed individually, taking into account the particular circumstances of that person`s education and professional background. An important area of interest for the NCA is the quality of grades obtained during your studies. When reviewing an application, the NCA will provide the applicant with an assessment report detailing the legal topics and/or training required to ensure that the applicant`s legal education and training is comparable to that of an accredited law school in Canada. In some subjects (January, May, August and October), exams organized by the CNE are offered four times a year or in others (January and August) twice a year. NCA candidates who register to take challenge tests through the NCA must plan their assessment plan based on the information provided by the NCA. Before making a transaction, please review the NCA`s refund policy. Meet the requirements assigned to you by the NCA in a manner that meets your requirements. To obtain an NCA Certificate of Qualification, most candidates must demonstrate competence in a number of subjects. Applicants can demonstrate competence in one of three ways: There will be a comprehensive review of knowledge skills and abilities and other requirements, including type of study, possibly by the end of 2022.

Please check the NCA notice page regularly for updates. The NCA Certificate of Qualification shows that your knowledge of Canadian law is similar to that of a person who graduated through an accredited Canadian law degree. If a student completes the JD Pathway program or two-year graduate entrance LLB and achieves a 2:2 (a 50% average, which translates to a 60% average in Canada) with no individual grades below 45%, they have seven exams to complete; the five mandatory examinations and two others awarded by the NCA. Do you want to request, register or cancel an exam or file an exam objection or appeal against the assessment? This page explains how to do everything online through your NCA portal. To practise law in Canada, students with a Bachelor of Laws from abroad must demonstrate their competence to the National Accreditation Committee (NCC). The Faculty of Law has two options for those who wish to meet the NCA`s requirements based on their assessments. Admission is not guaranteed in either option, as we are looking for strong candidates for entry. Internationally trained lawyers must apply to the NCA to have their education and work experience assessed in order to obtain a Certificate of Qualification.

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