Internationally Trained Lawyer Program – NCA Accreditation

Faculty of Law Program Offerings

The Internationally Trained Lawyer Pathway at the University of Alberta is uniquely tailored to each student’s NCA requirements. This pathway offers NCA Candidates the opportunity to complete the NCA required courses in a supportive, in-class environment at an accredited Canadian law school instead of challenging the NCA’s examinations. With successful completion of courses, students can use their University of Alberta transcripts to apply for a Certificate of Qualification from the NCA.

Other offerings include:

  • A course schedule built specifically for you by the NCA Coordinator

  • Courses taught by leading faculty, law practitioners, and judges

  • Academic training in all core NCA subject areas, including but not limited to:

    • Canadian Constitutional Law

    • Canadian Criminal Law

    • Canadian Administrative Law

    • Foundations of Canadian Law

    • Canadian Professional Responsibility

    • Contracts

    • Torts

    • Property

    • Evidence

    • Corporations (Business Organizations)