Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario

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Overview

The Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario is the professional organization for Law Clerks. Incorporated in May 1968, ILCO's purpose is to provide an organized network for the promotion of unity, cooperation and mutual assistance among Law Clerks in Ontario. It is the mandate of ILCO to provide and promote general and legal education to its members for the purpose of increasing their knowledge, efficiency and professional ability. In addition, ILCO strives to advance and protect the status and interests of the profession. The Law Society of Upper Canada established the name "Law Clerk" and permitted use of this title to members of ILCO in 1968.

Generally, a Law Clerk shall:

  • Have a general knowledge of the law, practice and procedures involved within the particular field of specialization;
  • Provide services according to the specifications of statutory requirements, The Law Society of Upper Canada, principal's instructions and office procedures;
  • Assist in maintaining the authority and dignity of the courts and the integrity of the legal profession;
  • Conduct oneself in a professional, diligent and ethical manner.

These courses are designed to help students prepare for the annual examinations of The Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario. Students register for the Provincial Examinations through ILCO.

Courses are offered in the Fall and Winter terms only to coincide with the exam schedule (opens new window) set by ILCO.

For approved exam locations visit the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario (opens new window) website.

Program Contact
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  • We recommend experience in the legal field.

You do not need to apply to begin this program. Start by ensuring you meet the admission requirements listed above and then register for the courses listed in the Program of Studies when they are offered.  Some courses have prerequisites, so please check the Program of Studies for details. Find out how to register for a course.

The program of studies displayed below applies to students starting the program in the 2019/20 academic year. Students who began in other academic years may require different courses to be eligible to graduate. If you have questions regarding a strategy for completion contact Continuing Education - Interdisciplinary, Media, Creative and Business.

Click on the Course number for more information on each course.

Visit the Mohawk College Bookstore Textbook Search (opens in new window) for information on textbooks.

A selection of courses are available each term. Courses that are currently not available for registration may be offered in the future – check back frequently.

Course Number Course Name

LAWSSELC5

Litigation Procedures

LAWSSELC6

Corporate Procedures

LAWSSELC3

Real Estate Procedures

LAWSSELC4

Estate Procedures
Getting Started

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Courses are delivered over a set time period and are led by instructors. Most courses do not require that you be online at a certain time of day or night, but that you are active in the course during the schedule. There are scheduled start and end dates and you cannot start courses late nor finish early.

Visit the OntarioLearn Course page to discover how to get started on OntarioLearn. Please note your course will not appear in OntarioLearn until the scheduled start date.

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