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Paralegal certificates are available through in-person or online programs. They are often tailored to the needs of working students, with classes in the evenings or weekends. Certificate programs offer targeted courses in paralegal studies without general education courses. They can often be completed in one year. With the emergence of the paralegal profession in New Brunswick, law firms and government agencies can expect to provide paralegals with on-the-job training rather than finding someone who has completed a paralegal training program. However, many paralegals work and take courses to supplement their professional training and advance their careers. The paralegal profession in New Brunswick is not regulated. No licence or certification is required for paralegals to operate legally. However, you should work under the direct supervision of a lawyer and avoid activities that could be considered an unauthorized legal practice. Nationally, law firms employ the largest number of paralegals. They can be good contacts for career prospects and job requirements if you are considering joining the paralegal profession. New Brunswick`s largest law firms include: New Brunswick does not yet have a professional association of paralegals. Instead, paralegals in New Brunswick can choose one of two national professional associations: the Canadian Association of Paralegals (CPA).

Paralegal degrees, such as bachelor`s degrees, can be earned at universities in about four full-time years. Degrees require a combination of general education courses and major-specific classes. Some degree programs may also offer internships where students can gain work experience in their desired field. The 2006 Canadian Census found that 350 paralegals were working in New Brunswick, a sharp increase from the number of paralegals who reported no jobs in 2000. This growth shows that New Brunswick is an emerging market. The majority of paralegals in New Brunswick work in or around Fredericton for private law firms or government agencies. Paralegal degrees can often be earned in two years by taking courses in person or online. Generally, students only take courses directly related to paralegal training and not general education courses. Degrees are usually obtained through vocational schools. Paralegals` duties vary depending on the type of office and its specialization. Some tasks that a paralegal could be hired to conduct legal research, prepare legal documents, assist with transactions and communicate with clients.

The PSC represents paralegals and at the same time represents the interests of consumers. It strives to increase the ethical behaviour of paralegals through self-regulation and high standards of membership. With over 700 members at the national level, CAP has representatives from the Maritimes and tries to represent its interests nationally. CAP works to promote the paralegal profession and increase the use of paralegals within the legal system, particularly in emerging regions. The CPA also offers individual benefits to its members, including scholarships, job bank, seminars and social opportunities. Partner – Litigation – Ritch Williams & Richards. Kronankläger (Prinz Albert, SK) – Justizministerium – Anwalt für Rechtsstreitigkeiten der Regierung von Saskatchewan – Cantini Law Group – Moncton, NB Partner, Gesellschaftsrecht/Handel – Brenton Kean Rechtsanwälte Lawyers Corporate Commercial Securities Anwalt – McLennan Ross Professional Officer – Arbeitsanwalt – Association of University of New Brunswick Teachers (AUNBT) Lawyer I-II (Criminal Law Services) – New Brunswick Legal Aid Services Commission. Chief Executive Officer – Nova Scotia Barristers` Society Public Trustee Services Rechtsanwalt / Senior Counsel – Commission des services d`aide juridique du Nouveau-Brunswick Deputy Registrar and Director of Complaints – College of Physicians and Surgeons of New Brunswick Partner – Körperverletzung des Klägers – MacGillivray Verletzungs- und Versicherungsrecht Partner – The Franchise Management Group of Companies Partner – Tandem Family Law/Droit de la famille Crown Attorney – Regierung von Saskatchewan, Staatsanwaltschaft Vollzeit-Vorstandsmitglied – Associate Counsel to the New Brunswick Energy and Utilities Board – Murphy Colette Murphy Barristers & Solicitors.