For Lawyers and Students
A lawyer seeking to be called to the bar in Saskatchewan who has
obtained a law degree in a country other than Canada or a law
degree in the Civil Code must:
- Obtain a Canadian LL.B. degree or a Certificate of
Qualification issued by the National Committee on
Accreditation (NCA). This requirement applies to both
foreign lawyers and students who hold law degrees from foreign
law schools/Canadian Civil Code law schools.
- Apply for admission as a student-at-law and complete the
requirements for students-at-law, including the CPLED bar
admissions program and articles. Please refer to the Students section for
further details of these requirements.
A lawyer seeking to act as a Foreign Legal Consultant in
Saskatchewan must complete an Application to Act as Foreign Legal
Consultant (Form A-16).