The Professional School
Paralegal Diploma Program
The Law Society of Upper Canada has Accredited the Paralegal Program which is designed to prepare participants to become licensed Paralegals in accordance with the requirements of the LSUC.
As a licensed Paralegal, you may act in a self-employed capacity and offer specified legal services Directly to the public for a fee without the supervision of a lawyer, or you may be a salaried Employee in various legal environments. This program provides training in those areas in which a Licensed paralegal may legally practice.
Students acquire an understanding of general principles of law, and receive theoretical and Practical training in specific legal subjects, legal ethics and small business practice.
Graduates of Accredited Paralegal Programs are eligible to apply to take the Paralegal Licensing Examination. In order to practice, Paralegals in Ontario are required to pass the exam and be licensed with the LSUC.
Available at all locations.
Monthly start dates.
Paralegal Code of Conduct
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• Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent
• Mature student status with Aptitude Test (18 years of age or older)
• Entrance Aptitude Test
• Written Test
• Other requirements