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Which courses are needed to become a lawyer in Canada?

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James’s Answer

The steps are very similar to a U.S. law degree (see below website link, which might be helpful). The specific courses will likely vary by school. There will likely be core coursework but best suggestion would be to determine where you would like to go to school and work from there to determine coursework.

Steps to become lawyer in Canada:

  1. Get Your Undergraduate Pre-Law Degree in Canada
  2. Take the LSAT (Law School Admission Test)
  3. Go to Law School in Canada
  4. Complete Your Province’s Bar Admission Course and Articling

https://www.lawyeredu.org/canada.html

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daniel’s Answer

Great question Abby - There are definitely a few steps required here. First, once you graduate high school, you should begin applying to colleges so you can obtain a college degree. Once you graduate college, you will need to sign up and pass the LSAT exam. From there, you will need to start looking for Law Schools in your area. After a few years of Law School, it is essential to pass the BAR Admissions Exam. This may sound overwhelming but remember, you get out what you put in! Hard work always pays off one way or another!
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