Student Programs

Student Programs

Are you a law student or student-at-law? We offer a wide range of opportunities for you to complete your education in Edmonton and Calgary.

  • Articling Students

    During your 12-month term, complete your four-month rotations in family law, youth criminal defence, and adult criminal defence. This includes duty counsel at provincial court and JP Bail hearings.

    Indigenous Summer Students Program

    As an Indigenous law student, spend four months working at Legal Aid Alberta to gain exposure to child welfare, family, youth, and criminal law.

  • Articling Students

    During your 12-month term, complete your four-month rotations in family law, youth criminal defence, and adult criminal defence. This includes duty counsel at provincial court and JP Bail hearings.

    Family and Civil Supervising Lawyers for Student Legal Services

    Legal Aid Alberta family staff lawyers in Edmonton are the supervising lawyers for the University of Alberta’s Student Legal Services Family and Civil Law Projects.

    Indigenous Summer Students Program

    As an Indigenous law student, spend four months working at Legal Aid Alberta to gain exposure to child welfare, family, youth, and criminal law.

    Student Placements in “Low Income and the Law” Course

    We provide four students registered in this University of Alberta course with a community field placement of 196 hours working in family, youth, or adult criminal law.

Calgary

Articling Students

During your 12-month term, complete your four-month rotations in family law, youth criminal defence, and adult criminal defence. This includes duty counsel at provincial court and JP Bail hearings.

Indigenous Summer Students Program

As an Indigenous law student, spend four months working at Legal Aid Alberta to gain exposure to child welfare, family, youth, and criminal law.

Edmonton

Articling Students

During your 12-month term, complete your four-month rotations in family law, youth criminal defence, and adult criminal defence. This includes duty counsel at provincial court and JP Bail hearings.

Family and Civil Supervising Lawyers for Student Legal Services

Legal Aid Alberta family staff lawyers in Edmonton are the supervising lawyers for the University of Alberta’s Student Legal Services Family and Civil Law Projects.

Indigenous Summer Students Program

As an Indigenous law student, spend four months working at Legal Aid Alberta to gain exposure to child welfare, family, youth, and criminal law.

Student Placements in “Low Income and the Law” Course

We provide four students registered in this University of Alberta course with a community field placement of 196 hours working in family, youth, or adult criminal law.

For more details on Legal Aid Alberta’s student program, please contact Andrea Doyle, Senior Advisory Counsel for Family and Immigration Law at: adoyle@legalaid.ab.ca