Category Tribunals

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Bootleggers, Boathouses & Bylaws: Legal News You Can Use

Keep up to date, with news and information for paralegal professionals. Scope provides links to articles selected for their relevance to the paralegal scope of practice. No fluff. No sneaky ads. No hidden charges. Just real news.

Canadian Legal Issues

The ‘Hoarse Whisperer’ & More: Scope-Related Cases

The only online publisher of paralegal news and information, Paralegal Scope provides content to CanLII Connects. This free legal information provides good legal writers with significant exposure for their writing skills. Reaching a wide audience, CanLII Connects offers access to useful legal information to the public and legal services providers alike. These recently reported cases […]

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Licensing Exam Details, Employment & Human Rights Among Legal News

Carefully curated for paralegals, these articles have been chosen for their relevance to the paralegal scope of practice. News briefs are provided without charge by your only source of unbiased paralegal news and information. No fluff. No hidden advertorial. Just real news.

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Paralegal Regulation, Employment Law: CanLII Cases

As the only online publisher of paralegal news and information, Paralegal Scope was chosen to add content to CanLII Connects. This free legal information provides good legal writers with significant exposure for their writing skills. It ensures access to useful legal information for the public and legal services providers alike. These recent CanLII-reported cases and […]

Hookahs & Human Rights: News You Can Use

The links below lead to news articles from reliable sources, relevant for Ontario paralegals. These news briefs are curated and provided without charge by the only source of unbiased paralegal news and information. No fluff. No hidden advertorial. Just the news you need, to stay informed.

Queen's Park

Cars, Cash & Condos: Scope-Related Bills at Queen’s Park

Paralegal practice is guided primarily by provincial legislation, covering everything from rules of the court, to defining elements of offences, and how traffic tickets are prosecuted. Several pieces of Ontario legislation have been introduced or passed in the past few months which, if enacted, would affect large areas of practice. Here are some current Bills […]

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