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Sajid Sheikh (Student)     29 August 2011

Career in law in canada - please reply

Respected Sir,

I am an Indian Citizen and I have done BA LLB (5 years integrated
degree) plus BA (Hons. in Political Science) and Certificate courses
on Gender Issues, Taxation, Human Rights and French Language from INDIA itself.

I read online that for pursuing law career in Canada one has to
qualify National Committee on Accreditation and Licensing Exam for
respective Law Society.

My queries are-

1. Can I get small Job (Maybe of Assistant / Clerk type Job.) in Legal
field without qualifying NCA and Licensing Exam for the time being as
I am planning to self finance these exams there.  And which society
easily take freshers of such types and train them with stipend.

2. What type of Job can I get there and how to apply for them?

3. Any other guidance, ill be highly grateful to you.



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Raj Kumar Makkad (Adv P & H High Court Chandigarh)     29 August 2011

It is better if you visit the legal sites of that country.

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Sajid Sheikh (Student)     30 August 2011 will five info abt how to work as a Lawyer or Solicitor there and various Law Societies give information about Licensing exam. But I want to know what Jobs r there in legal field if I dont pass these exams for the time being...This info i didnt find anywhere..pls help...

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