Employment in paralegal services is expected to have a very positive growth rate throughout Ontario. To help meet this growing demand, CTS Canadian Career College has worked with leading employers to develop and deliver one of the most effective programs in the industry.

Paralegals are trained to prepare legal documents, open and organize files, perform legal research and appear in court. As a result, this profession has become an increasingly valuable resource to law firms and businesses alike. By the end of the program, students will have learned the advocacy and research skills that will qualify them to interview and represent clients in Claims Court, Administrative Tribunals, the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice for provincial and criminal matters. They can also work in legal departments in government ministries, private corporations, trade unions and professional associations.

Students will gain valuable experience during a 120-hour placement arranged through the College. By successfully completing our program in 52 weeks, our graduates possess the skills needed to pass the Law Society of Ontario licensing exam and practice as independent paralegals.

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