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Toronto Public Library - Yorkville Branch

22 Yorkville Avenue

Toronto, ON M4W 1L4

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How to become a Lawyer

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This program is for TEENS and YOUNG ADULTS (ages 13-24 years).

Are you a fan of TV shows like "Street Legal" or "Law and Order"? Want to become a lawyer yourself? Come to this talk by lawyer and legal educator, Heather Hui-Litwin. Heather went to Osgoode Hall as a mature student. She was called to the bar in 2012. She will explain the process and requirements of becoming a lawyer. She'll talk about the LSAT, what law school is like, articling, bar exam, and much, much more!

Heather Hui-Litwin (J.D., Ph.D., LL.M.) is the co-founder of a group of lawyers, the Self-Rep Navigators (http://www.limitedscoperetainers.ca). She also runs her own public legal education project, Litigation Help (www.litigation-help.com), where she and her colleagues give talks at libraries and community centres regularly.

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Toronto Public Library - Yorkville Branch

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