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Offering free tutoring to applicants

Classification: Non-Health

Regulatory Body

LAW Society of Upper Canada

LAW Society of Upper Canada

Description

This practice gives lawyer applicants cost-effective support to prepare for the licensing examinations.

The Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC) gives candidates extensive resource materials to help them prepare for the licensing examinations. It also offers up to five hours of free tutoring to help candidates who are having difficulty with examinations. More tutoring is also available for a fee.

Applicants who would like to get this tutoring must complete a Tutoring Program Request Form.

Value to Regulator

  • Helps to accommodate diverse needs of applicants.
  • Helps to prevent potential for unintended or differential impact on non-traditional applicants.

Value for Applicants

  • Resources and alternative ways to meet registration requirements are available to applicants.
  • Enables applicants to meet registration requirements in more efficient way; process is streamlined and registration requirements are relevant and fair.

Duties from Registration Practices Assessment Guides

This practice falls under the following duties from the Registration Practices Assessment Guides:

  • Fairness
  • Fairness

Profession's Membership Size

Large (more than 10,000 members)

Date of publication:

Jun 04, 2013