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LEGAL ASSISTANT

The legal profession has ample employment opportunities and provides a challenging and fascinating workplace.

CDI College’s Legal Assistant program introduces you to the core clerical skills, legal terminology, legal concepts, and documents you will need to thrive in the legal industry.

Hands-on Legal Assistant Courses in Calgary or Edmonton

The legal assistant courses at CDI College will cover a range of topics including how to make templates of court forms and important legal computer applications.

The Legal Assistant diploma program combines lectures, discussion, quizzes, assignments, exams, and practical work experience to prepare you for a fast-paced career in the legal field.

You will learn alternative dispute resolutions, courts, tribunals, the litigation process, employment law, and legal research and writing. You will also learn interpersonal skills and professionalism to give you the edge over your competition.

Legal Assistant Diploma Program

Get the hands-on training you need for your new legal career by testing your skills in a practicum placement.

Both hands-on activities in the classroom and on-the-job practice will provide insight into how law firms, and legal departments in government or large corporations work. Graduate with real experience and hit the ground running from day one.

Legal assistants love research, are detail-oriented, and are sticklers for deadlines. Also, with legal training from CDI College and a few years in the field after graduation, you may be ready to pursue a career as a Paralegal.

If you want a fast track into a legal career, start by filling out the form to your right.

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