Essential resource of legal knowledge, CAIJ maintains special ties with key players from the Quebec legal community.
Founded in 1978, the Conseil de la magistrature du Québec oversees the continuing legal education of judges appointed by the Quebec government and aims to improve the overall justice system.
One of the province’s first professional orders, the Barreau du Québec has ensured public protection since 1849 by monitoring the legal profession and supporting its members in the practice of law.
Founded in 1961, the Chambre des notaires du Québec is the professional order responsible for ensuring the protection of the public by supervising the practice of the profession of notary and supporting its members in the exercise of their practice.
Easing students’ transition into the legal practice, CAIJ is proud to be a partner in the evolution of the École du Barreau’s training program, which prepares young lawyers for their future careers.
Representing 169 years of history, The Bar of Montreal contributes to public protection by maintaining the integrity and influence of the legal profession throughout the Island of Montreal.
The Barreau de Québec contributes to public protection since 1849 by supporting its members in the practice of law in the judicial districts of Beauce, Montmagny and Quebec City.
Created when lawyers practising outside Montreal and Quebec City recognized the need to join forces in 1928, the Association des avocats et avocates de province ensures the provision of comprehensive, efficient regional legal services.
Founded in 1898, the Young Bar of Montreal comprises lawyers with up to 10 years’ experience who are registered in the Montreal section of the Barreau du Québec and provide pro bono consulting services and legal information to the public.
The Association des Jeunes Barreaux de région promotes and defends the interests of regional lawyers with up to 10 years’ experience, while establishing permanent ties between the different sections of the Barreau du Québec.
CAIJ constantly strives to develop new agreements giving its members easier access to resources essential for the practice of law.
The CAIJ participates as a sponsor or collaborator in associative activities or to the mission of certain associations or organizations.