Educator Information Sessions

Connect with representatives from educational institutions who can answer your questions about their school, its programs of study, and how to apply.

Registration on the Career Centre's online system is required for all information sessions (you must sign up for an account on the system before you will be able to register for any events).

Upcoming Educator Information Sessions

Educator Information Session: Canada Law From Abroad @ McLaughlin College, Junior Common Room, Room 014
Mar 5 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

CLFA provides application assistance for Canadians to apply to top tier UK law schools. Canadian accreditation of UK law degrees is an easily attainable routine process. High school graduates and university/college students can enrol in three-year LLB degree programs, while University graduates qualify for two-year “accelerated” LLB degree programs. Follow your LLB with a 12-month LLM to boost your employability. Students with relevant degrees are also eligible for one-year graduate level LLM degree programs and become legal specialists for multi-disciplinary careers in governments, NGOs and consultancies. To learn more, visit our website!

Target Audience (Year of Study)
4th year, 5th year, Graduate studies, New Grad (graduated in past 2 yrs)

How should students prepare for the information session?
Check out our website and come with questions about law school in the UK!

What positions are you recruiting for? 
Qualifying Law degrees in Common Law and LLM programmes in the UK.

What are the qualifications required?
A high school diploma and sometimes a 4-year Honours Bachelor's degree.

How should students apply for these positions?
Sign up for an advisor on our website or at the info session.

Registration is required. You may register for this event on the Career Centre's online system (you must sign up for an account before you will be able to register for any events on the system).

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