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Q&A: PSC Candidates Answer Question 11

Paralegal SCOPE presents the eleventh in a series of Q&As for the PSC Election 2014. All answers are posted at the same time. Listed Candidates have supported the profession by helping to make SCOPE possible. Listed Candidates care about ensuring that paralegals have access to information, not just during the election, but each and every […]

Why Not to Vote for the PSC

Voting begins tomorrow, March 12, for the five paralegal members of the Paralegal Standing Committee (PSC). These people will represent the profession at the PSC, will sit on Committees, Working Groups and Panels, taking part in debates and decisions that affect governance of paralegals in Ontario. You will hear much about why you should vote, […]

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Q&A: PSC Candidates Answer Question 6

SCOPE presents the sixth in a series of Q & As for the PSC Election 2014. All answers are posted at the same time. Candidate names are rotated from time to time, to ensure “alphabetical fairness.”   Question 6: Convocation functions as the LSUC “board of directors.” What business and personal experiences will allow you […]

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Q&A: PSC Candidates Answer Question 3

Paralegal SCOPE presents the third in a series of Q & As for the PSC Election 2014. All answers are posted at the same time. Candidate names will be rotated, to ensure “alphabetical fairness.”   Question 3: The licensing exam is being updated. How will this affect the profession?   Brian Lawrie Updating the paralegal […]

PSC Snapshot: Groups, Reports, Task Forces

The first meeting of the next Paralegal Standing Committee (PSC) will be April 10, 2014, at Osgoode Hall. Here is a taste of the type and range of reports and information the new PSC benchers will review and consider. Looking through this information is a good primer for anyone who wants to get caught-up on […]

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Q&A: PSC Candidates Answer Question 2

Paralegal SCOPE presents the second in a series of Q & As for the PSC Election 2014. All answers are posted at the same time. Candidate names will be rotated, to ensure “alphabetical fairness.”   Question 2: How can the Paralegal Standing Committee be effective, given that only five members are paralegals?   Brian Lawrie […]

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