The Law Society of New Brunswick (LSNB) is developing a new, leading-edge bar admission program that ensures lawyers admitted to the Law Society of New Brunswick have the requisite competencies to practice law. As a stakeholder, your perspectives on this project matter

The Law Society of New Brunswick has retained Principia Assessments Ltd. (Principia) to assist with this project.  Principia is an external, independent evaluator and consultant. Your responses are anonymous; results will be tabulated collectively to protect and respect individual contributions.  

This questionnaire consists of 4 questions. Completion is expected to take about 3 minutes.
 
If you have any questions concerning this questionnaire, please contact Jennifer Flynn, CEO, Principia Assessments Ltd. at jennifer@knowprincipia.com. If you have questions about the project overall, please contact Mélanie Tompkins, Chair of the Law Society of New Brunswick’s Bar Review Task Force, at melanie.tompkins@saintjohn.ca.
 
Thank you for sharing your feedback on this important project!

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The primary goal of the bar admission program is to ensure that lawyers admitted to the bar in New Brunswick have the competencies they need to practice law safely and effectively. Other goals include preparing new lawyers for continued competence and sustainable practice, as well as fostering a robust legal community that reinforces a culture of competence.

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* 1. Based on the information you have, do you support the LSNB initiative to improve the bar admission program?

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* 2. The LSNB values stakeholder engagement and input at every step of this project. It is striving to keep its members informed through transparent reporting. How informed do you feel about the bar admission program redevelopment project?

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* 3. Do you have any other comments, questions, or concerns?

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* 4. Would you like someone to contact you?

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