Cap paralegal program sets a high bar
November 3, 2015
As a senior paralegal at one of Vancouver’s largest law firms and current vice-president of the BC Paralegal Association, Carmen Marolla knows what it takes to succeed in the legal world. A graduate of Capilano University’s long-running Paralegal Diploma program, she has carved out an impressive career in litigation that includes work with the
Supreme Court of Canada and the Court of Appeal of British Columbia.
Along the way, she has also become a strong advocate for the advancement and recognition of the paralegal profession within the legal industry. She has represented the BC Paralegal Association on two Law Society Task Forces—the first time the Association was invited to participate.
Aspiring paralegal students can strive to reach similar heights through any of the three academic avenues offered at Cap, either the Paralegal Diploma, Paralegal Certificate or the recently added Bachelor of Legal Studies.
“Capilano U really is the standard for paralegal training in B.C.,” says Carmen. As a testament to its excellence, Carmen’s employer Borden Ladner Gervais is a long-standing supporter of Capilano University’s paralegal program. More...
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