B-1 - Act respecting the Barreau du Québec

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56. (1)  A professor who has been teaching law full time for at least three years in a law faculty or a department of legal studies which grants a diploma recognized by the Government pursuant to section 184 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26) may be admitted to the bar as a solicitor by petition to the board of directors accompanied with the following documents:
(a)  a certificate from an authorized person attesting that the petitioner is a professor who has been teaching law full time for at least three years in a law faculty or department of legal studies which grants a diploma recognized pursuant to section 184 of the Professional Code;
(b)  a certificate from an authorized person attesting that the petitioner has a university degree in law;
(c)  a declaration by the petitioner that he undertakes to act only in the capacities authorized by subparagraph a of subsection 1 of section 128.
(2)  The board of directors may dispose of the petition as it sees fit.
(3)  The professor admitted as a solicitor pursuant to this section may use the prefix “Me” or “Mtre” before his name, but shall not, verbally or otherwise, assume the title of advocate or attorney.
1975, c. 81, s. 13; 1994, c. 40, s. 246; 2007, c. 35, s. 4; 2008, c. 11, s. 212; 2014, c. 13, s. 17.
56. (1)  A professor who has been teaching law full time for at least three years in a law faculty or a department of legal studies which grants a diploma recognized by the Government pursuant to section 184 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26) may be admitted to the bar as a solicitor by petition to the executive committee accompanied with the following documents:
(a)  a certificate from an authorized person attesting that the petitioner is a professor who has been teaching law full time for at least three years in a law faculty or department of legal studies which grants a diploma recognized pursuant to section 184 of the Professional Code;
(b)  a certificate from an authorized person attesting that the petitioner has a university degree in law;
(c)  a declaration by the petitioner that he undertakes to act only in the capacities authorized by subparagraph a of subsection 1 of section 128.
(2)  The executive committee may dispose of the petition as it sees fit.
(3)  The professor admitted as a solicitor pursuant to this section may use the prefix “Me” or “Mtre” before his name, but shall not, verbally or otherwise, assume the title of advocate or attorney.
1975, c. 81, s. 13; 1994, c. 40, s. 246; 2007, c. 35, s. 4; 2008, c. 11, s. 212.
56. (1)  A professor who has been teaching law full time for at least three years in a law faculty or a department of legal studies which grants a diploma recognized by the Government pursuant to section 184 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26) may be admitted to the bar as a solicitor by petition to the Executive Committee accompanied with the following documents:
(a)  a certificate from an authorized person attesting that the petitioner is a professor who has been teaching law full time for at least three years in a law faculty or department of legal studies which grants a diploma recognized pursuant to section 184 of the Professional Code;
(b)  a certificate from an authorized person attesting that the petitioner has a university degree in law;
(c)  a declaration by the petitioner that he undertakes to act only in the capacities authorized by subparagraph a of subsection 1 of section 128.
(2)  The Executive Committee may dispose of the petition as it sees fit.
(3)  The professor admitted as a solicitor pursuant to this section may use the prefix “Me” or “Mtre” before his name, but shall not, verbally or otherwise, assume the title of advocate or attorney.
1975, c. 81, s. 13; 1994, c. 40, s. 246; 2007, c. 35, s. 4.
56. (1)  A professor who has been teaching law full time for at least three years in a law faculty or a department of legal studies which grants a diploma recognized by the Government pursuant to section 184 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26) may be admitted to the bar as a solicitor by petition to the Executive Committee accompanied with the following documents:
(a)  a certificate from an authorized person attesting that the petitioner is a professor who has been teaching law full time for at least three years in a law faculty or department of legal studies which grants a diploma recognized pursuant to section 184 of the Professional Code;
(b)  a certificate from an authorized person attesting that the petitioner has a university degree in law;
(c)  a declaration by the petitioner that he undertakes to act only in the capacities authorized by subparagraph a of subsection 1 of section 128.
(2)  The Executive Committee may dispose of the petition as it sees fit.
(3)  The professor admitted as a solicitor pursuant to this section may write the French “Me” or “Mtre” before his name, but shall not, verbally or otherwise, assume the title of advocate or attorney.
1975, c. 81, s. 13; 1994, c. 40, s. 246.
56. (1)  A professor who has been teaching law full time for at least three years in a law faculty or a department of legal studies which grants a diploma recognized by the Government pursuant to subparagraph a of section 184 of the Professional Code may, even if not a Canadian citizen, be admitted to the bar as a solicitor by petition to the Executive Committee accompanied with the following documents:
(a)  a certificate from an authorized person attesting that the petitioner is a professor who has been teaching law full time for at least three years in a law faculty or department of legal studies which grants a diploma recognized pursuant to subparagraph a of section 184 of the Professional Code;
(b)  a certificate from an authorized person attesting that the petitioner has a university degree in law;
(c)  a declaration by the petitioner that he undertakes to act only in the capacities authorized by subparagraph a of subsection 1 of section 128.
(2)  The Executive Committee may dispose of the petition as it sees fit.
(3)  The professor admitted as a solicitor pursuant to this section may write the French “Me” or “Mtre” before his name, but shall not, verbally or otherwise, assume the title of advocate or attorney.
1975, c. 81, s. 13.