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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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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 […]

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One Million Tickets: One Practical New Course

Practical knowledge and skills to help clients solve everyday problems – these are the heart and soul of paralegal work. Enhancing these essentials is at the core of Osgoode PD certificate programs developed with paralegals in mind. “The Osgoode Certificate in Provincial Offences Court Practice” is the latest such program. It blends skills with the […]

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New Osgoode Certificate Program Starts Nov. 29

Osgoode Professional Development, a leader in professional legal education, is offering a unique new opportunity for paralegals: an intensive four-day certificate program that includes three of the main paralegal forums. The first Osgoode Certificate in Handling Provincial Offences Court, Small Claims Court & Landlord and Tenant Board Matters program starts Sat. Nov. 29. This certificate […]

Competency Defined: Elephant in the Paralegal Room?

Do clients who pay less for paralegal services deserve a lesser standard of competency than they would from a lawyer? That sticky issue will inevitably be decided by a court of law. The only question is when. An appeal from last June — in which the appellant argued that paralegals do not have the same […]

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