Université de Sherbrooke and other Quebec Civil Law Students and Graduates Applying to Queen's1
Registrants in the Civil Law-Common Law combined program must be in compliance with the National Requirement pertaining to approved common law degree programs. See http://flsc.ca/nationalinitiatives/national-admission-standards/.
Students are not permitted to enroll simultaneously in the combined degree program and another fulltime program such as the Barreau du Québec program.
Students will be required to register in 30-32 credits through the academic year, which must include the following courses: Contracts, Torts, Property and Civil Procedure. Students must also complete or be able to demonstrate prior successful completion of courses covering the required competencies. Students must also demonstrate successful completion of courses which pertain to fiduciary relationships in a commercial context, legal ethics and professional responsibility. The onus rests upon the applicant to demonstrate through official transcripts, course descriptions and course syllabi that they have completed the competencies outlined in the National Requirement in order to be exempted from additional courses, including Law-440 Business Associations and Law-334 Legal Ethics and Professionalism.
Queen's Law Students Applying to University of Sherbrooke
1997 Agreement between Queen’s Faculty of Law and the University of Sherbrook.