By participating in a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree program, you learn the fundamentals of law and gain an understanding of the strategic, critical and analytical thinking the profession requires. The degree along with certain accreditation allows you to practice on an international scale.
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As the only four-year Canadian Paralegal Studies program, there is no better place to focus on paralegal education than at The Business School at Humber. Professors in the program possess a graduate degree, as well as having extensive practical experience in the legal field. Bernie Aron, Program Coordinator of the Paralegal Studies degree program recently received a John and Suanne Roueche Excellence Award for his exceptional focus on teaching and learning excellence. [+]
The graduate of the paralegal program will have the education and training to work under the direction and supervision of an attorney and to perform specifically delegated substantive legal work under [+]
Bachelor of Science - Paralegal Studies
The graduate of the paralegal program will have the education and training to work under the direction and supervision of an attorney and to perform specifically delegated substantive legal work under an attorney’s supervision. Due to the high demand for legal work, attorneys have turned to paralegals to assist in not only the writing and research aspects of law but also in preparing for litigation.
Courses and assignments replicate real life situations in and out of the courtroom, or law office. As an assistant to an attorney, the paralegal researches legal precedent, prepares legal documents, and investigates facts. Research is conducted in support of a legal proceeding, to initiate legal action, to develop a defense, or to prepare documents. The paralegal program has been developed to prepare the graduate in additional areas of law with advanced skills in litigation beyond the legal assistant program. Graduates may work in private law office, government offices, and corporations.... [-]