About the Law Society of Upper Canada

The Law Society of Upper Canada was created in 1797 and was given the responsibility of governing the legal profession in the public interest. It is a self-governing body, which means it regulates members of its own profession without government influence.

Paralegals (and Lawyers) in Ontario must be licensed by the Law Society of Upper Canada in order to practice law or provide legal services to the public.

The Law Society of Upper Canada is responsible for, but not limited to, the following:

  1. Licensing and Education;
  2. Professional Development and Competence;
  3. Professional Regulation and Discipline; and
  4. Support to Paralegals, Lawyers and the Public.

To find out more about the Law Society of Upper Canada go to www.lsuc.on.ca.

For more information on a particular legal matter you may be concerned with, call one of the licensed Paralegals at Graham Scott Legal Services.

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