CPLED Canadian Centre for Professional Legal Education

Application for Admission - 2017/2018 CPLED Program

See the Information Circular for more information. Applications are processed on a first-come, first-served basis.

DEADLINE: May 31, 2017
Contact Information
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Returning Students
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Individual Circumstances
LESA is committed to delivering an accessible program experience. This information is used to help LESA identify students for whom the CPLED Program might present unintended challenges. Such circumstances include (but are not limited to) physical disability, mental disability, family status, financial hardship, and living more than 125 km (one way) from the nearest CPLED site.

Providing this information is voluntary. Such information (as with all personal information) is kept in the strictest confidence.


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Preferred Schedule

Please select your preferred face-to-face module dates (refer to the Information Circular for details). Face-to-face module enrolment is limited. Preferences are granted on a first-come, first-served basis. If your preferred dates are unavailable, you will be registered by default for the other available date in your preferred city.


Important Notes:

  • Registration is conditional on meeting the CPLED Program admission requirements within the deadlines. You will receive a confirmation letter specifying the requirements and deadlines.
  • Following the registration deadline of May 31, 2017, you will receive further e-mails including an invoice for tuition and other relevant information.
  • To make any changes to your registration contact Craig Edhart by emailing craig.edhart@lesa.org or calling (780) 969-3554. Do not resubmit your registration.
  • Students who have not submitted an application by May 31, 2017 are subject to a late filing fee of $150 + GST.
  • Information collected here is subject to the Legal Education Society of Alberta and the Law Society of Alberta's privacy policies, found on their websites.
  • This is not an application for admission to the Law Society of Alberta as a student-at-law. You must apply separately to the Law Society of Alberta: www.lawsociety.ab.ca or membership@lawsociety.ab.ca.