Recruitment across Canada

As a UCalgary Law student, you are eligible to practice law in all common law jurisdictions across Canada. Explore the many options available to you, organized by province.

This part of the website is constantly being updated. As soon as we receive this year’s information, we upload it here for you – so stay tuned and don’t forget to check back!

Alberta: Calgary


2018 1L Summer Deadlines

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Law Society Rules: Students-At-Law

Review the rules

2018 1L Summer Recruitment Protocol

See the protocol

2018 2L Summer Recruitment Memo: Letting the Firm Know Where You Stand

Review the memo

2018 2L Summer Recruitment Chart

View the summer recruitment chart chart

2018 Articling Recruitment Chart

View the articling recruitment chart

2018 Articling Recruitment Tips

Coming soon

2018 Articling Protocol

Review the protocol

NALP Canada

National Association for Law Placement

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Alberta: Edmonton


2018 1L Summer Deadlines

View the deadlines for 1L

2018 2L Summer Deadlines

View the deadlines for 2L

Alberta: Regional and General


Law Society Rules: Students-At-Law

View the rules

Canadian Centre for Professional Legal Education (CPLED)

Visit CPLED

Canadian Bar Association – Alberta Branch

Visit CBA Alberta

Atlantic Canada and the Maritimes


Canadian Maritime Law Association

Visit CMLA

British Columbia: Vancouver and Lower Mainland


2018 2L Summer Deadlines

View the deadlines for 2L

2L Recruit Call Day Scheduling Tips

Review the tips

2017 Instructions: viLawPortal GPA Calculations for Vancouver Employers

Review the instructions

Vancouver OCI Employer Attendance List for 2018 2L Summer Positions

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Articling Opportunities: Vancouver and Lower Mainland

Explore opportunities


British Columbia Regional and General

Becoming a lawyer in BC

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Professional Legal Training Course

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BC Rural Education and Access to Lawyers Initiative (BC REAL)

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Manitoba


Law Society of Manitoba Articling Recruitment Guidelines

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Northwest Territories and Yukon


Law Society of the Northwest Territories

Visit Law Society

Government of Yukon Department of Justice Articling Program

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Ontario: Toronto


Toronto 1L Summer 2018 Recruitment Guide

View the 1L guide

Toronto 2L Summer 2018 Recruitment Call Day Tips

Review the tips

Toronto 2019-2020 Articling Recruitment Guide

Review the articling recruitment guide

Recruitment Procedures: Law Society of Upper Canada

Review the procedures

NALP Best Practices for Toronto Summer and Articling Recruitment Activities

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Ontario: Ottawa


Ottawa Summer 2018 Recruitment for 1L and 2L students

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Ottawa IP Recruitment: Summer 2018

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Ottawa Articling Recruitment 2018-2019

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Ottawa Law Student Ethics Protocol

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Ontario: London


Summer 2018 Student Position in London, Ontario (1L and 2L)

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2019-2020 Articling Deadlines in London

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Ontario: Regional


Hamilton Law Association

Visit Hamilton Law Association

2019-2020 Articling Deadlines for Kitchener-Waterloo

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Ontario: General


Law Society of Upper Canada/Law Society of Ontario

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Lawyer Licensing Process

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Articling Registry

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Law Practice Program

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Ontario: Public Interest and Government


Ministry of Attorney General: Job Postings

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City of Toronto

View available positions

Department of Justice Canada, Toronto Law Student Program

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Department of Justice Canada, Ottawa-Gatineau

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Saskatchewan


Law Society of Saskatchewan

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Saskatchewan Firms Recruiting for 2018 Articling

Learn more about articling in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Articling Interview Guidelines

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United States and International


NALP Directory of Legal Employers

Explore international employers

University of Houston Law Center Career Development Office

For students participating in the International Energy Lawyers Program.

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Federation of Law Societies of Canada

For internationally-trained lawyers seeking to practice in Canada.

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