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The student will also work with e-laws and online forms, complete documents relating to these areas and produce a portfolio of documents including a final resume. The foundation of all government authority will be examined through an introduction to the Constitution Act, , including the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Completion of this course will serve as the framework for the more practical applications of law developed in a number of other courses.
The Student will understand the general principles of administrative law, including the duty of fairness, jurisdiction, discretion, bias, and natural justice. As well the student will explore the role of Administrative Law in the Canadian justice system. This course is an introduction to the legal system which governs personal and commercial relationships in Canada. As such, it will provide the student with knowledge of the basic legal concepts, in order to gain insight into judicial reasoning, and develop the skills necessary for legal inquiry and analysis.
The student will analyze the laws of evidence using scenarios. Different types of evidence and factors that affect the admissibility of evidence will be examined. Evidentiary issues will be integrated into an examination of the litigation process, in both the civil and the criminal contexts. In addition, the different stages of litigation will be analyzed so that the student develops an understanding of the roles of the parties, disclosure, leading evidence, the stages of a proceeding, giving notice, and making submissions.
Legislation of one type or another affects most aspects of our daily lives, and regulates how we conduct our affairs. Federal and provincial statutes, regulations, bylaws and judge-made law must be complied with if penalties are to be avoided. In order to prepare graduates for employment in the professional field, in the commercial field, or in the field of government it is imperative that they are able to locate, interpret and apply the law, relevant to their occupation. This course will approach the legal research process step by step so that the student can learn how to solve legal "problems", such as determining who makes the law, analyzing which law applies, discovering how it is applied and by whom, and ultimately recognizing what happens when the law is breached.
The student will be exposed to a variety of computer resources. The student will learn the basic principles of financial law office accounting and incorporates the use of PCLaw—a time, billing and accounting software designed for use by business in the legal industry. PCLaw is used to apply the principles of accounting to complete a client accounting cycle for a law office. Particular emphasis is given to time entries, billing, disbursements, trust funds and matter management. The three week block placement at a local law or paralegal office exposes the student to all aspects of the practice of a licensed paralegal.
Students will be expected to employ academic and procedural knowledge of legal concepts and procedures within the role of the paralegal by effectively using legal precedents, resources and files in accordance with the Law Society Rules of Conduct and the standards of a licensed paralegal. During the practicum, students will be required to participate in on-line guided discussions related to their practicum experience, problems they encounter and to describe to fellow students how they are applying the capabilities developed in the program.
Duties of the student while on placement will be at the discretion of the field placement host. This course prepares the student to litigate a Small Claims Court case effectively. The student will prepare a case for trial in Small Claims Court, taking into account the stages of the proceeding, the documents required, the applicable laws of evidence, strategies including alternative dispute resolution, and presentation of evidence and argument in court.
The student will learn to present a case in court, from the initial interview with the client to presentation of the case in court. The student will learn to gather information, plan the strategy for the case, and plan and execute the strategy for court.
This course focuses on the rights and obligations of residential landlords and tenants through a detailed analysis of residential landlord and tenant law, namely the Residential Tenancies Act, Students will, through group discussions and the study of fact situations, gain understanding and advocacy skills with respect to protecting the rights and enforcing the obligations of residential landlords and tenants. Students will also acquire an understanding of a number of legal issues and concepts including the different types of residential tenancies, how and when a tenancy can be terminated, assignments of leases and sub-leases, and the procedural and documentary requirements under the Residential Tenancies Act Hours: This course is designed to provide the student with a familiarity with the Provincial Offences Act.
The student will learn the types of offences typically prosecuted by a municipality, the general principles which apply to prosecutions, procedure under the Provincial Offences Act, advocacy skills, common defenses, and evidence issues. The student will receive an introduction to the general practice and procedure for appearing before administrative tribunals. Identification of such concepts as the burden of proof, the trier of fact, record of proceedings, documentation, the tribunal process and the nature of evidence tendered will be gained through mock representation before a tribunal.
The student will develop the ability to identify and interpret enabling legislation of administrative tribunals and will demonstrate an understanding of the tribunal hearing process and sequence of proceedings Hours: This course is designed to familiarize students with the particular legal issues and procedures associated with summary conviction and provincial offences from a policing perspective to assist the student in understanding both defending and prosecuting such offences.
Paralegals will interface with employment laws from different perspectives: The student will learn the fundamentals of such the alternatives to dispute resolution as mediation, negotiation and arbitration. Alternative Dispute Resolution techniques and processes used in mediation, negotiation and arbitration will be analyzed and applied to both professional and personal settings. Students will practice the skills of reading and analyzing legal materials, primarily case law.
These materials will be prepared and presented by students for discussion in class, with feedback provided by the instructor. This is a student-led seminar that focuses on current and precedent legal cases relevant to paralegal practice. This course provides students with opportunities to integrate and apply key aspects of paralegal practice through active learning.
Through structured activities, students will use legal knowledge, theory and practice skills in simulated legal proceedings, such as mock trials and tribunals. These may involve guest speakers and active practitioners of the legal profession. The student will learn about starting up and operating a small business.
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