How to plan your 2017 CPD Hours with LSUC CPD

Posted: 03/24/2017

Spring 2017 - Where can CPD take you?Lawyers and paralegals who are practising law or providing legal services in Ontario must complete at least 12 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Hours each year.

These hours must consist of a minimum of 3 Professionalism Hours on topics related to professional responsibility, ethics, and/or practice management, and up to 9 Substantive Hours.

How LSUC CPD can help

LSUC CPD offers a range of accredited CPD programs to help lawyers and paralegals earn hours while gaining valuable skills.

One and two-day summits are offered for many practice areas. LSUC CPD’s summits provide networking opportunities, expert speakers, and post-event resources in addition to most (if not all) of your CPD Hours for the year.

If you’re unable to attend an upcoming summit in-person, you can watch it by live webcast.

Upcoming summits include:

For those who prefer to learn at their own pace, LSUC CPD also offers e-Courses and On-Demand programs.

LSUC CPD’s award-winning e-Courses are affordable, interactive, available 24/7 and cover a broad scope of topics. Whether you’re looking to brush up on your grammar skills, learn more about opening a practice, or delve deeper into specific topics related to your practice area, an e-Course can help.

The On-Demand library gives you access to top programs on your own schedule.

To learn more about LSUC CPD, visit and follow @LSUCCPD on Twitter.