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Paralegal Licensing Examination Registration

NOTE: Registration, payment, the Statement of Field Placement and a final official transcript are due no later than 30 business days prior to the examination date.

Candidates who are unsuccessful on the Paralegal Licensing Examination and choose to re-write a Paralegal Licensing Examination scheduled during the licensing year, must complete the Registration Form and return it to the Licensing and Accreditation Department prior to the required due date. This form is only to be used by candidates who are re-writing a Licensing Examination.

If you have outstanding documents, such as your final official transcript, the Statement of Field Placement, or any outstanding fees, you will not be permitted to write the Licensing Examination. Please see the Dates to Remember page for specific deadline dates for each sitting.

2020-21 Licensing Examination Registration Form

Deadline for Registration

After a candidate sends a completed Registration Form to the Licensing and Accreditation Department, an invoice will be posted in the candidate’s online account within a few business days.

If you are requesting registration for a licensing examination beyond the registration deadline that is applicable to the examination you wish to write, and missed the deadline based on an enumerated ground listed in the Human Rights Code, R.S.O. 1990, c. H.19. (the “Code”), including disability, you must submit your request using the Late Registration Request Form, along with any supporting documentation directly to

NOTE: Submitting a late registration request DOES NOT guarantee that your request will be approved. Applications will be reviewed with regard to the Law Society’s obligations under the Code. Due to operational constraints, priority must be given to candidates who have complied with the applicable deadlines.

Submitting your Licensing Examination Registration Form

Please complete and submit this document via your online account as an attachment.

Payment Information

Please see the Billing and Payment webpage for further information.

French Language Examination

Candidates may write their examination in English or French at any examination site. 


Candidates who register to write any Paralegal Licensing Examination must apprise themselves of the Paralegal Licensing Process Policies and the Licensing Examination Rules and Protocol. Information on relevant policies and procedures of the Licensing Process may be found online in the document entitled “Licensing Process Policies” which include information on:

Deferring a Licensing Examination: 

Candidates who are unable to write their examination at their selected sitting must submit a Request for Change or Deferment Form by the prescribed deadline. For further information on deferring a component of the Licensing Process please see Paralegal Licensing Process Policies, Part VIII, Section 8(8) 

Completing the Licensing Process within the Liening Term: 
Paralegal Licensing Process Policies, Part III, Section 3(1)(iii)   

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