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Dialogue on Licensing

Law Society approves lawyer licensing path that maintains transitional training, with enhancements

Dialogue on Licensing

On December 10, 2018, the Law Society of Ontario’s governing body approved the Current Model with Enhancements option for lawyer licensing. This model retains articling and the Law Practice Program/Programme de Pratique du droit (LPP/PPD), with signifint enhancements.

Enhancements include paid articling and LPP/PDD work placements in accordance with Law Society requirements, with limited exceptions. Measurements, audits, or other forms of monitoring will also be provided for greater oversight of articling and LPP/PPD work placements. In addition, mandatory edution and training will be required for articling principals and LPP/PPD work placement supervisors.

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