Tag Archives: Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC)

Paralegal Election Delayed: LSUC News

Front row, left to right: Marie Henein, LSM; Thora H. Espinet, Lincoln Alexander Award; Gary Yee, LSM; Breese Davies, Laura Legge Award; Law Society Treasurer Paul Schabas; Sarah E. Colquhoun, LSM; Dena D. Castro, William J. Simpson Distinguished Paralegal Award; and Joanna Radbord, LSM. Back row, left to right: Grace Alcaide Janicas, J. Shirley Denison […]

Welcome to the Profession!

About 140 of the newest Ontario paralegals have been formally welcomed to the legal community. The Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC) feted the new licensees Dec. 3, at Osgoode Hall in Toronto. These are among the first cohort to write the beefed-up licensing exam. Robert Lapper, LSUC’s CEO, reported the next day to Convocation […]

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Scope to Expand Over Next Four Years

The Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC) has committed to expanding the paralegal scope of practice over the next four years. Presented to Convocation Dec. 4, the Priority Planning Committee strategic plan report to Convocation outlines significant changes that will have a dramatic effect on the future of legal services in Ontario. The changes are […]

Emond Publishing Prep Course

Candidates: Are You Ready? Test Yourself & Find Out

Emond Exam Prep has launched a new, expanded Paralegal Practice Exam, for candidates writing the revised 2015 Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC) Licensing Exam. Because the format and content of the exam have changed, Emond Exam Prep has updated its service with a comprehensive, 170-question practice exam. The updated practice exam contains substantive multiple-choice […]

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Humans & Their Rights: Legal News Roundup

Scope regularly provides carefully curated links to news items that are particularly relevant for Ontario paralegals. No matter what areas your practice includes, these articles will help keep you up to date. There is no fluff, no sneaky ads, and no hidden fee for this resource.

LSUC Tribunal Decisions: Paralegal Suspensions

The Law Society Tribunal is an independent adjudicative tribunal within the Law Society of Upper Canada. Panel members include staff and appointed adjudicators. The Tribunal processes, hears and decides regulatory cases about Ontario lawyers and paralegals, in the public interest. Paralegals can be Tribunal members and may represent clients there, as well as be subject […]

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