Join us for Law Matters – Towards a Positive Future (a virtual event) to discover how the legal industry is evolving and why it’s so essential in these times.
Here’s a quick look at what you’ll learn:
• A glimpse into the legal industry, growth trends in light of the current healthcare crisis, and its impact on the industry – specifically, Law Clerk and Paralegal professions.
• Find out what your career options are and which field may be a better fit for you.
• The future and demand of Law professionals post the covid-19 pandemic.
In addition, you’ll have the chance to be a part of an in depth Q & A session with industry experts.
- Josephine Casey – Josephine is a member of the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario (ILCO) and has more than 12 years of experience working in various law clerk roles across the different practice areas – Family Law, Litigation, Estate Administration, Corporate, and Real Estate. She has achieved her designation as a law clerk from the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario.
- Adeela Alvez – Senior Law Clerk for 4 years and assisted two lawyers with Family law, Real Estate, Criminal, Corporate, Wills and Estate, and Civil Litigation. Adeela was licensed by the Law Society of Ontario in 2010 as a Paralegal, she has also completed her certification as an Immigration Consultant. Adeela has her own practice located at Yonge and Sheppard and she specializes in Civil Litigation and Mediation.
- Arlette Brown – Law Clerk Specialist student with over a year of law clerk training at triOS College. During her studies at triOS, Arlette has learned how to give herself a voice and is a strong believer in the power of positive thinking – you can only get out of life what you put into it. Arlette is currently completing her internship at a reputable Law Firm in downtown Toronto
- Sobana Rajeswaran – Employment Specialist at triOS College for over 5 years. She has an extensive background in recruitment and career services and has worked with students from all faculties. Sobana connects students to relevant internship opportunities and provides job search assistance to our graduates.
- Dan Schofield – Licensed and insured paralegal, Dan has been working with SFG Paralegal Services with a focus on the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, Small Claims Court, and Landlord and Tenant Board legal matters. Dan recently started receiving mentorship from a former crown, and criminal lawyer to become proficient in litigating Part 3 Provincial Offences and Bylaws.
Register now for this free virtual event.
Stay safe. Stay well. Stay learning!
Date & Time
June 10, 2020
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm