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Choose a career in Commercial law, Civil law or in another exciting legal field.

The Paralegal Technology Program has been taught at O’Sullivan College of Montreal for over 30 years! 
The placement rate of our graduates has never been so high, and is now close to 96% according to the Pygma website (SRAM)!


We offer a specialized program with law courses that have been designed to facilitate your learning, develop your know-how and make you a highly qualified Paralegal. This 3-year DCS specialized in Paralegal Technology enables you to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to work in the legal field. When you graduate you will be able to assist several types of legal professionals, and depending on the field you practice, assume different functions in your work. After obtaining your DCS in Paralegal Technology, you will also be able to pursue your studies in a university law faculty or become a bailiff by meeting the requirements of the professional association.

During your college studies you will also complete a fifteen-week (525 hours) internship in a company such as a law firm. Through our extensive network of partners, O’Sullivan College of Montreal will be able to assist you in your search for an internship.

Course software: Office 365 Windows which includes OneDrive, Outlook, Word, Excel, and Teams, as well as Soquij, Quicklaw, La référence, Aliform and EnAct.

Degree: DCS in Paralegal Techonology - 310.C0
 

 

The universities below recognize some credits to our graduates in the Paralegal Technology Program:

- Université Laval : 12 credits

- University of Ottawa : 9 credits 

- Université de Sherbrooke : 7 credits 



 

Objectives of the Paralegal Technology program

This Paralegal Technology program prepares you to perform several functions in the legal fields such as commercial law, family law, criminal law, etc. You will be able to edit and submit files for analysis and research. For example, you will learn how to write pleadings, perform legal research and manage several other types of legal files. 

Bilingual Environment in Paralegal Technology

At O’Sullivan College of Montreal, this program is not limited to the study of law. To better prepare you for the job market you will follow French as a Second Language courses, as part of the general education classes. You will also be able to take a law course in French from the second semester on. Furthermore, you will have the opportunity to perfect your bilingualism each semester with other students enrolled in this DCS by completing a group assignment in French. In order to comply with the needs of the labour market and the directives of the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur, you will learn how to:

  • Read second-language doctrine and jurisprudence;
  • Learn basic writing skills in a second language;
  • Carry out bilingual research.

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