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From the Canadian Centre for Professional Legal Education
Think about a time early in your career – was there a particular coach or mentor who made a difference to you? The Practice Readiness Education Program (PREP) is your opportunity to make a difference to Articling students entering the Bar admission program in your area.
Over the past year, the Canadian Centre for Professional Legal Education (CPLED) has been on an exciting journey. Incorporating feedback and data from students, lawyers, other professionals and the latest educational practice, CPLED has sculpted a new type of Bar admission program to better reflect the legal landscape.
Built on best practices around the world, PREP delivers practical skills and competencies in an integrated approach that combines interactive, transactional learning and simulation within four distinct phases, each providing students with an opportunity to interact with lawyers, facilitators and even simulated clients to improve their competencies.
First, why join the team?
Why should you join the PREP team as a paid member of the program?
What are the opportunities that qualify for CPD?
How can you get involved?
Find out more about the various opportunities and how to apply, visit CPLED’s website.