Introduction to Legal Office Applications


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LOA101 - Introduction to Legal Office Applications


Completion of, or placement in COM101/COM111, based on the results of the English Assessment or advanced standing.

Students are introduced to the legal office environment including legal terminology, areas of law, professional organizations, law office accounting and records management. Students learn how to prepare legal correspondence and legal documents common to many areas of law such as Powers of Attorney, Statutory Declarations and Affidavits. Students also learn how to prepare accounts, trust ledger statements and dockets manually and by using PC Law. Students must obtain an average net keyboarding speed of 50 wpm on three five-minute timed writings to graduate from the Seneca Law Clerk Diploma program.

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