Law clerks are trained to provide many important and highly specialized administrative duties related to the legal field. As a result, this profession has become an increasingly valuable resource to law firms and businesses alike.

Graduates of this 49-Week Law Clerk program will work in a very fast-paced environment in law firms, corporate legal departments, financial institutions, insurance companies, title searching companies, Federal, Provincial and Municipal Government offices, court offices, registry offices, government boards and tribunals, and legal services provider agencies among a host of other institutions. Depending on the area of employment, law clerks have a wide range of responsibilities, including preparing trial documentation, interviewing witnesses, arranging trial dates and adjournments, preparing corporate/commercial documentation, completing family law financial statements, assisting in the administration of estates, completing legal research, searching titles and processing real estate transactions.


Law Clerk Courses:

Academic Success Strategies Wills, Trusts & Estates
Introduction to Windows & Google Apps Administrative Tribunals
Microsoft Outlook  Immigration Law
Placement Accounting I
Microsoft Word  Criminal Law
Microsoft Excel  Family Law
Microsoft Internet Explorer Small Claims Court
Microsoft PowerPoint  Residential Tenancies Act
Legal Communication Intro to Advocacy and Evidence
Intro to Law Legal Research
Corporate and Business Law Interview Skills & Office Administration
Civil Procedures – Rules Law Office Accounting
Canadian Tort Law Legal Transcription
Contracts Law Debtor-Creditor Law
Highway Traffic Act Job Search
Real Estate Law