Category Continuing Professional Development

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Keeping Pace: Intense POA Training for Paralegals

Looking to fine-tune Provincial Offences in your practice? Focused and practical, an Osgoode PD program starting this fall will ensure legal professionals have what it takes to succeed in this wide-ranging area of law. The Osgoode Certificate in Provincial Offences Court Practice is a popular, intensive, hands-on program for POA practitioners. It provides updated must-know […]

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Untangling the LTB Mystery — New OsgoodePD Course

Fine-tune your residential landlord-tenant skills, with a new full-day course that brings clarity to the key elements of this practice area. OsgoodePD’s The Practitioners’ Guide to Residential Landlord-Tenant Disputes runs Saturday, April 30, in downtown Toronto. Participants can join live or on the web; the online replay date is June 9. Developed with an eye […]

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Small Claims, Winning Strategies – New CPD

OsgoodePD continues to bring paralegal scope practice to life, with its content-rich courses geared to our needs. The newest course provides two days of essentials related to Small Claims Court. Small Claims: Essential Law, Winning Strategies runs Friday, April 1 and Saturday, April 2, in downtown Toronto. Participants can attend in person or over the […]

Stand-Alone or All-In: OsgoodePD POA Options

Looking for something more substantive for your 2016 CPD investment? OsgoodePD’s Provincial Offences Act training offers options designed to take POA practice to a new level, including a one-day segment this winter, within a five-session certificate program. The Feb. 20 section “The Practitioner’s Guide to the POA Trial, Sentencing and Appeals” is available as a […]

LSUC Responds to AMPs, Immigration – Convocation Update

Paralegal Scope is the only legal media that covers Convocation meetings and Law Society events for paralegals. Keep on top of what’s happening with the professional regulator! Click on a title below to get news briefs.

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Taking the Pain Out of Accounting

With reporting and reconciliation season upon us, paralegals’ thoughts naturally turn to better ways to keep track of financials and case matters. These days, those issues include the cloud. A group of Ontario-based paralegals gathered on January 18 to get educated on what cloud-based practice management is, and how products such as uLawPractice can help […]

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