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Foreign Trained Lawyers Program Post-Bachelor's Certificate

Faculty of Law PBCER - Post-Bachelor's Certificate

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Contact Information

Location: Murray Fraser Hall Room 2380
Student Information: 403.220.4155
Faculty number: 403.220.7115
Email address: lawFTLP@ucalgary.ca
Web page: 
law.ucalgary.ca/future-students/post-jdllb-certificate-programs/foreign-trained-lawyers-program


The Foreign Trained Lawyers Program (FTLP) is a 12-month Post-bachelor’s Certificate offered by the Faculty of Law at the University of Calgary for internationally trained lawyers who wish to become accredited to practice common law in Canada.

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