Litigation Associate (4-7 years experience)
The Counsel Network has been exclusively retained by Koskie Minsky LLP to fill a role for a mid-level to senior litigation associate. Details on the position and how to apply can be found by clicking on the job posting link below:
Queen’s University- Director, Faculty Relations
Queen’s University is seeking a Director, Faculty Relations to join their team. Reporting to the Associate Vice-Principal (Faculty Relations), the incumbent must have experience developing bargaining strategies, and proven success as a chief negotiator of collective agreements, to be successful in this role. Details on the position and how to apply can be found by clicking on the job posting link below:
Pinto Wray James LLP is seeking a first or second year lawyer
Pinto Wray James LLP is a boutique litigation firm with expertise in civil litigation, workplace law and administrative law. We are seeking to add a highly qualified first or second year associate to our legal team.
Our professionals are advocates, specializing in negotiation, mediation and litigation of legal issues leading up to court and tribunal appearances across a broad range of issues. The members of the firm are deeply involved in the legal and broader community as conference speakers, board members, instructors and authors. We pride ourselves on our collegial work atmosphere and allocate significant mentorship, guidance and responsibility to our associates including direct involvement with clients.
Candidates should submit an application consisting of a cover letter, curriculum vitae, academic transcript, writing sample (15 page limit) and 3 references addressed to Patrick James, Partner, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications should be sent via email only.
Pinto Wray James is committed to the principles of equality, diversity and inclusion in the legal profession. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
The LCO is hiring law student researchers for summer 2018!
The Law Commission of Ontario is accepting applications for student researchers for the summer 2018 term. Successful applicants will work with the LCO from May – August 2018, with a potential opportunity for employment extension into the Fall/Winter term.
Positions are open to law students (JD or LL.L) and graduate law students (LLM, SJD or PhD in law), currently enrolled in an Ontario law school.
We are currently undertaking projects on class actions; the last stages of life; defamation law in the internet age; and law reform and technology. Student researchers at the LCO have an opportunity to contribute to law reform and legal policy development on these and other projects. Students will undertake legal and/or policy research and may have an opportunity to participate in consultations, project advisory group meetings, conferences and symposia, and other on-going activities of the LCO. Students may also be requested to do some administrative work.
The deadline to apply is Friday, February 23, 2018.
Details on research positions and how to apply can be found below: