Get involved. Get noticed.
Joining the CBA as a law school student can significantly increase your chances of getting noticed. Join over 37,000 legal professionals to promote the rule of law, and protect the core values of the legal profession.
Get Involved. Get Noticed.
Joining the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) as a law school student can significantly increase your chances of getting noticed. You will be joining over 38,000 legal professionals in the only national association that promotes the interest of lawyers, upholds the rule of law, and protects the core values of the legal profession.
With branches in every province and territory, the CBA offers a wealth of programs, resources and networking opportunities to help law school students like you get a head-start on your career.
Start taking advantage of your CBA law school student membership benefits right away: https://www.cba.org/CBA_MemberJoinUpdate/Default.aspx
CBA Sections & Conferences
Exchange knowledge and develop contacts with individuals and leaders in your practice area(s) of interest.
International Development Programs
Work with legal human rights and legal development organizations overseas by participating in the CBA’s Young Lawyers Internship Program.
Access educational & networking events at a reduced cost.
Receive preferential pricing on tools, conferences, professional development and CBA Preferred Supplier products and services.
Stay informed with National magazine, in print and online, and online access to the Canadian Bar Review.
Access online resources covering real-world practical issues facing the legal profession.
Professional Interest Advocacy
Be part of an organization that works to protect the core values of the legal profession and leads the debate on fundamental issues such as the rule of law, access to justice and an independent judiciary.