Working with Paralegal colleges across Ontario
uLaw visits TriOS college students for an introduction to legal accounting with Canada’s most trusted practice management and legal accounting software.
TORONTO, July 15, 2020: Since the pandemic first hit in March, paralegal students at TriOS College Toronto have been working remotely on projects and assignments to prepare themselves for a future career in one of Ontario’s fastest growing professions.
Now, midway through July, students are now going through the legal accounting component of their studies, where they will learn how to create and manage various books and records necessary to stay in compliance with regulators. Part of that journey involves the introduction of uLawPractice, canada’s most trusted digital legal assistant. It’s a semi-automated cloud-computing suite tailored specifically for Canadian legal practitioners.
“I think it’s important that students get exposure to different software. Given that we’re now in a remote learning environment, it is an excellent time for unlocking the doors for the next generation of paralegal in terms of what uLaw is offering,” says John-Paul Rodrigues, paralegal program coordinator for TriOS college’s Toronto campus.
This announcement comes on the heels of several major partnerships struck in 2020 which would see the implementation of uLawPractice in paralegal colleges across Ontario. TriOS students are getting a useful and wide-ranging introduction to the software and how it’s used in the workplace.
“I think it’s important that students get exposure to different software. “Typically, students will be given an introduction to the uLaw interface and how it pertains to critical practice management and legal accounting procedures. Then, depending on the individual needs of the school, our EDU team will outfit the college with numerous faculty and student access accounts free of charge,” says uLawPractice CEO Terry Curtis.
The webinar, held at 5 p.m. on July 15th, was titled “Everything Practice Management”, and can be watched on demand by visiting uLaw’s youtube page.