Get the skills you need to start your career
as a Law Clerk in under a year

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Canadian Business College’s Law Clerk program provides you with practical legal knowledge in the areas of research, analysis and theory. The curriculum offers you extensive knowledge in useful areas, such as: Real Estate, Litigation, Estates and Corporate Law. Graduates of the Law Clerk program are trained to draft and prepare documents in all of these areas.

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“I take great pride in graduating from CBC. This is a place that brings people together. And together, we strive to achieve excellence in learning, embrace innovation, foster and promote social interactions. We feel value here—as learners and as people.”

Ekaterina / Business Management Graduate

“From the moment I joined Canadian Business College I felt like part of their family. CBC not only prepared me to pursue my educational and career goals, but also facilitated my transition into the legal world.”

Andreia / Law Clerk Graduate

Is a Fulfilling Legal Career Right for You?

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ESSENTIAL LEGAL TRAINING

Upon completion of the Canadian Business College Law Clerk program, students are able to write the ILCO Estates, Corporate, Real Estate and Litigation exams. Additionally, students are trained to draft and deliver legal documents, write and edit legal letters, legal memos and legal reports, conduct legal research and use various word processing and legal software including Microsoft Office and leading legal applications.

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

•  Microsoft Office Skills
•  Introduction to the Canadian Legal System
•  Legal Communication and the Law Office
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Microsoft Office
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Legal Research
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Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
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Torts
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Contracts
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Litigation
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Debtor-Creditor
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Estates
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Corporate
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Ethics
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Administrative Law Procedure
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Tribunal Procedure
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Real Estate
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Family
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Criminal Procedure
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Provincial Offences Procedure
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Practice Management
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Employment Law
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Placement (120 hours)

LAW CLERK CAREER OUTLOOK

Service Canada reports that over the past few years, employment in law related occupations including law clerks has increased significantly. Constant changes in legislation, related regulations, the rules of evidence, and economic growth have resulted in this major increase. As these trends are expected to continue, employment in these occupations is expected to increase significantly in the coming years.

PROGRAM AVAILABILITY

Toronto Campus
Mississauga Campus

STUDENT & CAREER SERVICES

Canadian Business College’s Student and Career Services team helps convert the knowledge, skills and training that you acquire over the course of your studies into meaningful jobs and careers once you graduate. Our top priority is to facilitate relationships between you and the businesses, organizations and industries where you will work and further develop your skills.

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