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NOC 4112 – Lawyers and Quebec notaries

NOC 4112 – Lawyers and Quebec notaries

December 11, 2019

the National Occupational Classification (NOC) code 4112 is for Lawyers and Quebec notaries

NOC skill type/level: Skill Level A

Employment requirements

  • Lawyers
    • Two to three years of undergraduate studies or, in Quebec, completion of a college program and a bachelor’s degree from a recognized law school and successful completion of the bar examination and completion of a period of articles are required.
    • Licensing by the provincial or territorial law society is required.
  • Notaries (Quebec)
    • A bachelor’s degree from a recognized law school and a Diploma of Notarial Law (D.D.N.) or a master’s degree of law with specialization in notarial law and a 32-week vocational training program are required.
    • Registration with the Corporation of Notaries is required.

List of Job Titles for NOC 4112 – Lawyers and Quebec notaries

  • administrative lawyer
  • advisory counsel
  • articling law student
  • assistant corporate counsel
  • assistant Crown attorney
  • assistant general solicitor
  • assistant legal advisor
  • assistant regional counsel
  • associate counsel
  • associate lawyer
  • associate legal advisor
  • associate legal counsel
  • attorney
  • attorney-at-law
  • attorney’s assistant chief agent
  • barrister
  • barrister and solicitor
  • city attorney
  • city solicitor
  • civil lawyer
  • claim attorney
  • commercial law notary
  • commercial lawyer
  • contract counsel
  • corporate counsel
  • corporate notary (Quebec)
  • corporation lawyer
  • counsel
  • counsellor-at-law
  • counsellor-lawyer
  • county attorney
  • criminal lawyer
  • Crown attorney
  • Crown corporation counsel
  • Crown counsel
  • Crown prosecutor
  • defence counsel
  • departmental solicitor
  • deputy city solicitor
  • family and estates lawyer
  • general counsel
  • general solicitor
  • immigration lawyer
  • industrial lawyer
  • in-house legal counsel
  • insurance lawyer
  • intellectual-property lawyer
  • judicial assistant – Supreme Court
  • labour lawyer
  • law and corporate affairs adviser
  • law partner
  • lawyer
  • legal advisor
  • legal advocate
  • legal aid lawyer
  • legal attaché
  • legal counsel
  • legal officer
  • legislative adviser
  • legislative counsel
  • litigator
  • municipal solicitor
  • notary (Quebec)
  • patent counsel
  • patent lawyer
  • patent solicitor
  • prosecuting attorney
  • prosecutor
  • Quebec notary
  • Queen’s Counsel
  • real estate lawyer
  • regional attorney
  • regional Crown prosecutor
  • review lawyer
  • solicitor
  • special prosecutor
  • staff counsel
  • staff lawyer
  • staff solicitor
  • student-at-law
  • tariff counsel
  • tax attorney
  • tax lawyer
  • title lawyer
  • trademark lawyer
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