Articling & Networking

Articling is the Canadian equivalent of a UK Training Contract or Pupilage. It is generally 10 months in length (depending on province) and cannot be completed until after an International lawyer has received his or her NCA Certificate. Landing one of these is a requirement to becoming a fully qualified lawyer in Canada. While you can do your Articling either before or after you write the provincial Bar exam, you will not be officially "called to the bar" until you complete the full work term required.

Register
& Plan

Registering for the NCA Assessment and Planning your Exam Schedule.

Study
Resources

Exam Topic Overviews,

Study Resources & Notes

Self-Care & Study Tips

Keep Calm & Study On! How to avoid stress and information overload!

Most Recent NCA Blogs

KEEP TRACK OF KEY DATES

Download our  comprehensive calendar outlining all the dates and deadlines for NCA Registration & Examination Weeks, Summer Associate & Articling Applications, Law Society and Bar Exam Registration, and more!