Corporate for Law Clerks LAW 9012

Exam Preparation

Our Corporate for Law Clerks course is equivalent to the Corporate course offered by the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario (ILCO). Intended for experienced legal assistants or law clerks, this corporate law course examines the various types of business ownership. Learn about the corporate and administrative procedures involved in preparing and filing articles of incorporation, organizing a corporation by way of a minute book, and preparing and filing relevant incorporation-related documents.


This course can help you prepare to write the ILCO Corporate exam (not included). You must register in and pay for this course through George Brown College and register in and pay for the Corporate exam through the ILCO. ILCO exams are written according to the ILCO exam schedules. To sit the exam, you must submit the online ILCO Provincial Corporate Exam registration form before the ILCO exam registration deadline. For more information, visit the ILCO Corporate Exam Policies and Registration Forms web page. Your final grade will be issued by the ILCO after you complete the exam.


You will have the most success in this course if you already have a secondary school diploma and two years of related work experience in the legal field and a good command of written English before you start this course.

Hours and Fees




$415, includes a non-refundable materials fee of $68

Course Sections

There are no classes currently scheduled for this course; however, check back soon to see if we have developed additional schedules. Additionally, registration opens up for 2024–25 academic year classes (September 2024 to August 2025) on Thursday, July 4, 2024.
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