Paralegal Certificate Entrance Form

George Brown College offers the Paralegal Certificate program on a part-time basis only. The requirements of this certificate are set by the Law Society of Upper Canada. To gain acceptance into the certificate, you must complete the information below and indicate that you understand and agree to the terms of study.

Entrance Form

Note: Items marked with an asterisk (*) must be completed.

Personal Information
Contact Information
Academic Information

Have you taken degree or diploma courses from a college or university?
(If you have taken certain college or university courses you may be exempted from certain course requirements. Proof of courses and grades will be required.)

Are you a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident?*
(International students must contact the LSUC to ensure licensing exam eligibility.)

Terms of Study

The George Brown College Paralegal Education program comprises six modules containing three courses each (18 courses in total) and 120 hours of field placement. Students may start the program in either fall (September) or winter (January) but are then required to take one module in each of three terms annually – winter (January), spring/summer (May) and fall (September). In addition, students without a specific educational background will be required to take College English.

For more information on the Paralegal program, contact the department assistant, Nour Askandar, at nour.askandar@georgebrown.ca, or the department co-ordinator, Teresa Stork, at tstork@georgebrown.ca.