The LSUC Store provides:
If you are a licensee of the Law Society, you log in via the LSUC Portal using the credentials for that site. If you are not a licensee, you log in with the e-mail address used to place previous online orders. If you don’t have an account, you will be prompted to register a new account.
If you are an LSUC licensee, your username and password are managed via the LSUC Portal. Please go to the LSUC Portal, click “Manage My Profile” on the left, and then click “Password.”
If you are not a licensee, from the LSUC Store click on “My Account” at the top, log in, and then click “Change password” on the left. You will be prompted to enter your old password once and your new password twice for accuracy.
If you are an LSUC licensee, your username and password are managed via the LSUC Portal. Please go to the LSUC Portal and click the link that says “Forgot User Name or Password.” Enter your e-mail address, choose the “Forgot password” radio button, and click the “Submit” button.
If you are not a licensee, click the “Forgot password?” link on the login page within “My Account.” Enter your e-mail address and click the “Recover” button.
A link to reset your password will be sent to the e-mail address associated with your account. Sometimes the e-mail address in our database is incorrect or old. If you don’t receive an e-mail with your password, please contact us by e-mail at email@example.com.
If you wish to remove an item from your order:
If you experience any difficulties, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once you have placed an online order, you receive immediate confirmation of your purchase by e-mail. An order confirmation will also display on screen, which can be printed if desired.
Please see our Cancellations, Transfers, or Returns section for details.
There are many kinds of digital goods that can be purchased at this site, such as:
You must be logged in to the LSUC Store to access a digital good. Once a digital good is purchased, click on "My Account" and then click "Purchased Programs."
"Purchased Programs" is where you can view all of your available digital goods in the LSUC Store. Click on the "Details" link to the right of the desired program name to access links and related materials.
Note: If you purchased your program on our old e-Transactions site, you must return to that site to access it, under My Purchases.
To view a digital good, you must have the applicable software installed on your computer.
The Adobe products can be downloaded for free by clicking on the applicable image below.
PDF materials are available immediately via "My Account". Hardcopies are only published for select programs. If you ordered a hardcopy of the materials, it will be delivered to you approximately 1–2 weeks after the program date.
The on-demand webcast and PDF materials (where applicable) are available immediately upon confirmation of purchase and can be accessed via "My Account" at the top of the navigation bar. Hardcopies are available for order for select programs, and will be delivered to you in approximately 1–2 weeks.
Within 2 business days prior to the program, a link is added to the “Purchased Programs” section under “My Account.” You will then receive an e-mail from email@example.com containing detailed instructions for accessing the live program.
If you use a spam filter, please add firstname.lastname@example.org to the allow list (i.e., white list) in order to prevent the message from being blocked. If you have not received the information via e-mail within 1 business day before the program, or the program does not appear in your “Purchased Programs” section, please contact us at email@example.com to inquire about the status of the information.
Click on the link provided in the e-mail message, or go to the “Purchased Programs” section and click on the “Details” link to the right of the program. On the program page, click the link to load the webcast. You will be able to access the video player approximately 20 minutes prior to the start of a live program.
Fall 2015 Update: Our new variable bit rate strikes a balance between the quality of the streaming video and internet connection, shifting up to HD or down depending on your network capacity, which should reduce buffering.
Click on the link provided in the e-mail message, or go to the “Purchased Programs” section and click on the “Details” link to the right of the desired program. On the program page, click on the link corresponding to the resource to download it.
To ensure your system meets the requirements, we encourage you to test your system by clicking the following test video: Test Your System.
For system requirements and technical support, please see Webcast Technical Support. You may also call 1-866-702-3278 for technical support related to live webcasts or on-demand webcasts.
The term “on-demand” refers to your ability to view a past program online at your convenience. You do not have to wait for the entire program to download as it will start playing (streaming) as soon as it begins loading.
To view on-demand programs you must have an active internet connection and use a Windows-based, Apple-based personal computer, or a mobile device that supports either Flash or HTML5.
Fall 2015 Update:
You will be given unlimited access to each program for an indefinite period of time.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for access to these CPD programs and resources. (This applies to all purchases not downloaded before the e-commerce site shutdown on February 28, 2018, as per the January 2018 notice posted on the old site.)
Please visit the Canada Post website for details on available shipping service levels provided by Canada Post.
Starting 2016, CPD is paperless for live programs. This means that we don't print hardcopies of materials to hand out at the venue. But you can still order hardcopies (when available) for delivery after the program. And remember, every program registration includes a copy of the materials as a PDF.
The Law Society of Upper Canada makes reasonable accommodations to enable persons with disabilities to attend and participate in its programs, including providing auxiliary aids and services upon request and removing architectural and communication barriers that are structural in nature where readily achievable. To request auxiliary aids or services or if you have any questions regarding accessibility, please contact email@example.com.
To ensure that we communicate effectively with all of our members, please indicate your communication needs related to a disability on the Communications Access Form (PDF),and submit the completed form to the Law Society's Equity Department via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail it to Law Society of Upper Canada, Equity Initiatives Department, Osgoode Hall, 130 Queen St. West, Toronto, Ontario, M5H 2N6.