National Committee on Accreditation (NCA)
Applying to the NCA
The NCA assesses the legal education credentials of individuals trained outside of Canada, or in a civil law degree program in Canada who intend to apply for admission to a law society in a Canadian common law jurisdiction.
Getting a Certificate of Qualification
A Certificate of Qualification is issued when all NCA requirements have been met. It is necessary when seeking admission to Canada’s law societies in common law jurisdictions.
- Updates to NCA Syllabi for Canadian Administrative Law and Family Law January 31, 2018
- Updated Remedies, Property and Evidence Syllabi January 24, 2018