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Are you Acting as a Proxy for an Articling Principal?

What is a Proxy?

A proxy is a user who has access to an approved articling principal’s account. The Proxy User will be able to file the Experiential Training Plan and the Record of Experiential Training using the Online Articling Program Reporting Tool.

Becoming a Proxy

If you have not acted as a proxy in previous years, you may contact the Articling department to request a Proxy Access form. Once you have completed the form, you may forward it back to Articling for processing.

Articling principals must be approved prior to you applying to act as their proxy. If you are a new proxy user, you will receive an e-mail containing your username and a link to change your password once the form is approved. Please note, the password must be generated within 24 hours.

Proxy approvals are valid for one year. Every year, the Law Society’s Articling Office will send out the Proxy Access Form to you. You may wish to keep a list of approved principals for your records.
To access your proxy account, you may login to the Articling Reporting Tool under “Non-member”.