The CPLED Student Portal will be down for scheduled maintenance on Monday, December 4, 2023, from 5:30 to 6 p.m. MT. This maintenance window will impact students’ availability to register for the Winter 2024 LRW course offering. CPLED apologizes for the inconvenience and thanks you for your understanding and patience.
Please fill in the form below to create your student profile.
CPLED has provided this directory to assist students in seeking summer and articling employment opportunities. CPLED recommends that any documents uploaded to this webpage be reviewed to ensure the materials accurately reflect your education, experience, and status in Canada.
Once your profile is submitted, a confirmation email is sent to CPLED for verification. Upon approval by CPLED, your profile is activated and appears in the directory.
Please note it may take up to five business days before your resume becomes available in the directory. Your student profile is active for one (1) year after submission. After this time, it will be deleted.
Please do not include any personal information, such as your phone number, address or email, on your resume. An email address where law firms can contact you is required to create a profile.
In general, Law Societies require their members to be complete and candid in communications with the Law Society, and they prohibit misleading marketing to the public. Therefore, it is important to be clear, complete and candid in any documentation uploaded to this webpage and when pursuing membership with a Law Society.
For example, if you are a current CPLED student, enrolled in PREP, but have not yet been admitted to your Law Society as a student member, then you should clearly identify yourself as a CPLED student, seeking articles and admission as a student member at the Law Society of Alberta, Manitoba, Nova Scotia or Saskatchewan.
Similarly, if you are licensed to practice law in another country but not yet in Canada, then you should indicate that you are an internationally trained law student, where you are licensed, and that you are seeking requalification in your province.