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SchoolCapilano University
LocationNorth Vancouver, BC, Canada
School TypeUniversity
School SizeFull-time Undergraduate: 12,700
DegreeCertificate
Honours
Co-op
Length3 Year(s)
Entry Grade (%)*
Prerequisites
Prerequisites Notes
  • High school graduation
  • English 100 level or higher course (B- or higher) or
    • CMNS 159 (B+ or higher) or
    • LPI exam (level 5 or higher) or
    • CAEL (70 or higher)
  • One of the following:
    • Two years legal admin work experience or
    • Graduation from Cap U’s Legal Admin Assistant (LAA) program with a B+ or higher (other LAA programs may be considered) or
    • Graduation from Cap U’s online LAA program with B+ or higher (other online LAA programs may be considered) plus one year legal admin work or
    • Relevant life/work experience with or without legal admin work experience (some limitations)
Cost
National: $2,564
International: $6,891

Cost shown is for Year 1 and includes fees.
Scholarships
DescriptionBecome a qualified paralegal through CapU?s Paralegal Certificate while employed in a legal setting and studying part time onsite or online. Pursue a rewarding and challenging career in law working under the supervision of a lawyer.

The Paralegal Certificate is offered to individuals who wish to study part time and who are already working in the legal field. Students primarily study substantive law and legal skills courses while gaining their procedural law skills on the job.

Some procedural law courses, including courses dealing with litigation procedures, are available as electives. You can begin your studies either in the fall term in September, the spring term in January or the summer term in May.

Our graduates are highly sought after, and we work closely with representatives of the legal industry to ensure that our curriculum is current and relevant.

Beginning September 2021, all Paralegal Certificate students will be allowed to choose whether to take their courses in-person or online, or a mix of both, without geographical restrictions.

This change will be subject only to priority being given to students taking the program from outside the Lower Mainland.
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