Justice Administration Services (For Applicants Currently Attending York University)
Program Learning Outcomes
This Seneca program has been validated by the Credential Validation Service as an Ontario College Credential as required by the Ministry of Colleges and Universities.
As a graduate, you will be prepared to reliably demonstrate the ability to:
- Carry out fundamental purposes and responsibilities of courts and tribunals within the Canadian legal system.
- Use specialized language, recording, editing and technology skills to review, compose and generate legal and court correspondence and documentation.
- Perform clerical and administrative duties in accordance with applicable statutes, regulations and standard practices and procedures to support the operations of courts and tribunal offices.
- Adhere to the principles of ethics and professional responsibility that are applicable to the role of a public official and officer of the court.
- Apply caseflow and workflow strategies to support the timely and fair disposition of cases in courts, tribunals or government offices.
- Contribute to interdepartmental teams and work independently to ensure professional client-service delivery to the judiciary, legal profession, and general public.
- Organize and maintain paper records and use data management systems to ensure proper data management from filing to disposition in a judicial setting.
- Use communication techniques and dispute resolution strategies to convey appropriate messages to internal stakeholders, the judiciary, lawyers, police, and members of the public.