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C.C.E.C. is dedicated to prepare and help domestic and international law graduates/trained legal professionals understand the Canadian legal System or licensing assessment and accreditation process in Canada.


C.C.E.C. offers various certifications, training and preparation-based professional and educational development legal courses, via a designated professional team consisting of lawyers and senior educators with years of experience.


C.C.E.C. professional courses provide students with the training they need to successfully understand the Canadian Legal System or pass their respective licensing exams.


C.C.E.C. students come from various parts of the globe, with diverse backgrounds in various areas of law. Whether you are from Australia, Asia, Europe, the United States, or any other civil or common law region, our effort is to assist students in making the transition as smooth as possible


If you are interested to enroll/register in the course(s), please send the following details,/documents via the following green button. Please allow 2 to 3 business days for a proper reply and further instructions.


  1. Copy of your current Law Degree
  2. Copy of your license or letter from the bar association indicating membership status in good standing.
  3. ​Copy of your Government-issued ID.
  4. Copy of NCA assessment or Application Form (If applicable)


Current Canadian Licensing Prep Courses;


A- Ontario (LSUC) Bar Exam Prep Course.


B- The Can-College programs are offered in four concentrations, with the Canadian Law in a Global Context concentration designed to meet NCA assessment and exam requirements.

Mandatory 'Core' NCA Courses

  1. Canadian Administrative Law. (Online Or In-Person)
  2. Canadian Constitutional Law.  (In-Person)
  3. Canadian Criminal Law. (Online or In-Person)
  4. Foundations of Canadian Law. (In-Person)
  5. Professional Responsibility. (In-Person)


Other Elective (Optional Courses)


  1. Contracts  (Online)
  2. Torts (Online)
  3. Property Law (Online)
  4. Employment Law (Online)
  5. International Law  (Online)
  6. Professional Responsibility (country-specific bar council related) (Online or In-Person)

C.C.E.C.’s Full Skills Licensing Exam Prep Courses 

Course(s) Fees: (Estimated) Applicant will receive final accurate information if approved for registration) All fees must be paid in advance to reserve seat or confirm registration. 


Comprehensive Course(s):

​Duration 25-45 Hours - Fee Can$ 1850-2950 Per Course


Condense Short Course(s):
​Duration 10-25 Hours - Fee Can$ 850-1850 Per Course


How to Pay the Fees

Course format: In-Person from Vaughan Campus or Online If Available.


Program Registrations:

  • Winter 2020 (Dec 2020-March 2021 Open)
  • Spring 2021 (April 2021- August 2021Open),
  • Fall 2021 (September 2021- November 2021Open)


Can-College also offers LSO - LSBC Bar Exam Prep Courses.  Click here for more details and registration

If your admission and registration is approved, the college will issue following documents/access;


  1. Offer for admission 
  2. Invoice for the fees
  3. Enrollment Contract
  4. Access to LMS for program delivery instructions.


If you are an international applicant/student:

  1. The College may during your study period arrange the following;
  2. Health insurance coverage,
  3. Accommodation,
  4. Airport Pick-Drop


​The student will be responsible to arrange a proper visa to enter Canada.

​National Committee on Accreditation (NCA)
Applicants with law degrees from other countries or a civil law degree from the province of Quebec who is seeking to qualify to practice law in a common law province in Canada must first determine if there are requirements to obtain in order to practice. The determination of these requirements is not done by the law school, instead it is done by the National Committee on Accreditation (NCA) entirely.

The NCA examines the qualifications of internationally-trained lawyers and issues assessments setting out the requirements a candidate must complete before she or he is qualified to enter the Lawyer Licensing Process in Ontario and elsewhere in Canada. In many cases, the NCA will require candidates to successfully complete specified subjects either by taking particular courses at a Canadian law school and/or bypassing the NCA’s challenge examinations.

To obtain an assessment, please contact:

National Committee on Accreditation (NCA) 
Federation of Law Societies of Canada
World Exchange Plaza
1810-45 O'Connor St. 
Ottawa ON K1P 1A4

Website: nca.legal


C.C.E.C.’s guarantee 

In the unlikely event that a student in any program fails the licensing exam they have prepared for, the student will be allowed to retake the same course free at no extra cost in live online or recorded video format one time for a comprehensive exam prep course(s).


To qualify for admission to the Licensing Prep Course Process, an applicant must have graduated from an accredited Education program or assessed by respective authority.