Welcome to the Distance Learning Program at the Peter A. Allard School of Law, University of British Columbia. The Distance Learning Program is designed specifically for foreign trained lawyers looking meet their NCA subject requirements. The Distance Learning Program is not a degree granting program; none of the degrees offered by or through the Peter A. Allard School of Law can be done through this program.
Program enrolment for the May 2018 term is closed. Enrolment for the September 2018 term is now open, and closes July 15th. ALL application materials must be received by the deadline to ensure your application is processed by the start of the term. Click here to apply to the program.
About the Program:
In its Strategic Plan, the Allard School of Law committed to enhancing curricular flexibility through implementing distance learning opportunities for students.
To that end, and thanks to the generous support of the Flexible Learning Initiative, the Franklin Lew Innovation Fund, and the Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund, a Distance Learning Program was launched in September 2014, consisting of online versions of four graduate-level courses.
The Distance Learning Program presents a unique opportunity for foreign-trained law students and lawyers to work towards the accreditation requirements for practicing law in Canada. Designed by faculty members and leaders in the field, these online courses give students the flexibility to take graduate-level law courses outside of a formal degree program and from anywhere in the world.