Why pursue training in the legal field?
Careers in the legal field are often highly dynamic and rewarding. Depending on your chosen field, you’ll have the opportunity to ensure the law is upheld for people or corporations. The law in Canada can be complex, and is always changing. This means there will always be new policies to learn and procedures to enact. With AOLCC legal courses you’ll have the skills and knowledge to peruse an enriching career in Canada’s legal field.
Explore our Legal Programs in Ontario
This diploma program prepares students for a wide range of positions within the paralegal field. Throughout the program, students learn both the theoretical and practical aspects of the paralegal profession, ranging from the Canadian constitutional structure to practical approaches for legal research, fact investigation, and writing of legal-related documents.
The Immigration Administrative Assistant diploma program is designed to prepare students for a wide range of opportunities within the immigration consultancy field. Throughout the duration of the program, students learn both the theoretical and practical aspects of the sector.
This program prepares students for the exciting and challenging world of the law clerk. During the program, students learn both the knowledge and skills necessary to assist an Ontario lawyer in various practice areas, such as civil litigation, criminal, family, real estate, corporate and commercial, and wills and estates practice.
What will I learn in a legal training program at AOLCC?
Legal training programs are an ideal option for those who are passionate about justice. Our programs at AOLCC will prepare you for an exciting and fulfilling career in the Ontario legal field. After you graduate, you’ll be equipped to work in many different environments, such as legal firms, government offices, financial companies and more.
You’ll be able to choose the area of law you want to work in, whether it is real estate, family, or commercial law. Our programs offer a wealth of information about the legal field and a deeper understanding of court processes.
AOLCC instructors will teach you valuable skills, such as: organizing client files, interviewing clients, ins and out of legal software, procedures for legal forms and correspondence, research methods, and how to prepare a brief.
Careers after completing a legal diploma in Ontario
There are many different paths you can take once you complete a legal diploma at AOLCC. Most graduates will work for lawyers, notaries, real estate companies and paralegal firms. Depending on your selected course you’ll be qualified for careers including: paralegal, law clerk, or legal assistant.
Expected salary after completing a legal diploma in Ontario
Salaries for legal jobs vary depending on the role, industry, and job location. Graduates in Ontario can expect to earn between $33,000 to over $70,000.
Why choose AOLCC legal training courses?
With over 30 diploma and certificate programs available, AOLCC is a great choice for those looking to move to the next level in their careers. Our world-class integrated learning system (ILS) focuses on each student’s learning needs with curriculum that lets you learn at your own pace and set your own schedule.
AOLCC’s legal training programs have a worksite externship for students where they can put what they’ve learned in the classroom to work in the real world.
We prepare our legal training students to write the licensing examinations so they can become certified in Ontario.
Students will receive one-on-one, personalized support from an on-campus learning coach who will support you every step of your journey.
Once you’ve graduated, our job placement assistance will help you find opportunities in your chosen career. We work with you to develop job-hunting skills and learn resume-building techniques so you can find the right fit for you.
How can you get started?
Studying with AOLCC can put you on the right track to a new and exciting career in the legal field. To find out if one of our legal training programs is right for you, contact an admissions advisor for a free career consultation.
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