View all Graduate Certificate Programs in Paralegal Studies 2019/2020 in Ontario in Canada
A graduate certificate is an option for someone with an undergraduate degree. Without having to pursue a higher degree, students can obtain more training in a shorter amount of time. This allows undergrads to keep their skills up-to-date.
Individuals seeking a relatively quick path to a law career, or a stepping stone toward becoming a lawyer may be interested in a paralegal studies program. After studying subjects like the court system, legal terminology and documentation, graduates can take the paralegal certification testing.
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The Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC) accredits this program. Upon completion, you will be eligible to write the mandatory LSUC licensing examination that is required to
The Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC) accredits this program. Upon completion you will be eligible to write the mandatory LSUC licensing examination that is required to practice as a paralegal in Ontario. During your time in this School of Business program, you will gain theoretical and practical experience, practicing and competing in mock tribunals. Additionally, the final Paralegal program semester will be entirely devoted to a two-day-per-week work placement that will give you a total of 210 hours of placement time. This length is double the experiential learning requirement of the Law Society. In the field, you will be an integral part of the legal system — from the first client meeting until case resolution. You will have the distinction of being allowed to represent clients in criminal code offences, traffic violations, municipal offences, and various boards, agencies, commissions, and tribunals as well as small claims court. ...