Training in legal French refers to language training offered to practitioners on the job, but it may also include continuing professional development. It is intended for practitioners who already have a functional knowledge of both official languages. The target clienteles include provincially appointed judges, prosecutors, court support workers, police officers, court interpreters, probation officers and correctional service officers.
Some RNFJ members periodically offer training in legal French. For more information, visit the sites of the following members: