Law Society's Brightspace

Brightspace is the online platform for the Law Society's professional development courses. Many of the self-paced professional development courses can be used toward your annual continuing professional development (CPD) requirements.

Frequently Asked Questions

About the Law Society's Brightspace

The Law Society's Brightspace platform provides access to the following courses:

You can find more information about Brightspace, including a Practice Resource on navigating the platform, through the Member Portal; see the "Law Society's Brightspace" link under heading "Education" on the landing page.

Accessing the courses

Practising lawyers can access the Law Society’s Brightspace in either of the following two ways:

  1. Go to Law Society Brightspace Log On and log in with the credentials (username and password) that were provided by email* as part of the roll-out of the Indigenous Intercultural course. (In your email program, search subject line: “Indigenous Intercultural course - Log In Credentials” or sender: Once you have logged in, you can change your password according to your preference.

    * All practising lawyers as of January 20, 2022 should have received their Brightspace log-in instructions on Thursday, January 27, 2022. Individuals who become practising lawyers after that time should expect to receive their log-in credentials via email within a month of obtaining or returning to practising status. If this does not occur, contact
  2. Go to the Member Portal and log in with your usual username and password.
    Under the heading "Education," click the link “Law Society’s Brightspace.”
    In the box on the right with the heading "Accessing Law Society Courses on Brightspace," click the orange "Go to Brightspace" button.

Yes, go to Course Materials.

Questions and feedback

If you have questions or feedback on the Indigenous Intercultural Course, contact

If you have questions or feedback about other courses on the platform, contact

If you have any issues accessing or using the Law Society’s Brightspace,  contact