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Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario: Law Clerks ProgramOFFERED ONLINE
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The part-time Law Clerks program is offered in co-operation with the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario. The program is two years in length. Provincial examinations are to be written for the four parts, after completion of each course. It is strongly recommended that students have a minimum of two years of experience in a legal environment, as the courses are very intense. Employment opportunities afforded by the Law Clerks program include the legal departments of trust companies, local, provincial and federal governments, and larger commercial and industrial firms. Visit the Institute’s website at www.ilco.on.ca

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
MINIMUM ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

The minimum requirements for admission to any post-secondary program is an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (30 credits) or an Ontario Secondary School Graduation Diploma or the equivalent, with credits at the college or general level, or mature student status as defined.

MATURE APPLICANTS
Applicants who are 19 years of age on the first day of classes in the year of admission, and who do not have an OSSD, are considered as mature applicants. Such applicants must complete the required subjects for admission. If they lack the required subjects, they may be requested to write a diagnostic test.
NOTE: Applicants who are not Canadian citizens or who do not have permanent residence status are not considered under this clause
Minimum of two years experience in a legal environment
EXAMINATION PREPARATORY COURSES:
BUSI 8019Litigation (offered every Fall)
BUSI 8020Corporate Law (offered every Winter)
BUSI 8017Real Estate (offered every Fall)
BUSI 8018Estates (offered every Winter)
Please note:
Courses are listed above in the recommended order of completion
www.ilco.on.ca indicates that in order to become a graduate of their program, you must successfully complete examinations in all four areas of law with a grade of 60% or higher
Exam information is located at www.ilco.on.ca
For more information, contact 613-969-1913 or 1-888-569-2547 ext. 2309, cebus@loyalistc.on.ca

The following courses are currently available and listed in alpha order below by course code.

BUSI 8017

ILCO: Real Estate

BUSI 8018

ILCO: Estates

BUSI 8019

ILCO: Litigation

BUSI 8020

ILCO: Corporate Law