Not for Profit Law Clerk
Value & Profile
Our Business Law Group is currently looking for a full-time Not-For-Profit Law Clerk.
Scope & Responsibilities
The ideal candidate will be a positive professional who can assist our lawyers with the utmost attention to detail. She/he will be proactive, creative and always exploring ways to improve efficiencies and meet the needs of clients, while maintaining professionalism at all times.
This individual will deal with various corporate not-for-profit matters, including drafting legal documents, conducting research, due diligence and managing client relationships. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: handling complex legal matters for charities and not-for-profit corporations (including amalgamations, mergers, incorporations/organizations, continuances, amendments etc.). Performng Minute Book reviews and all other related matters, including charitable registration and maintenance of a large number of private and public foundations and charitable organizations.
Skills & Qualifications Required
The preferred candidate has a minimum of 3 years of experience as a Not-For-Profit Law Clerk. Excellent knowledge of federal and provincial corporate and not-for profit statutes and corporate procedures. Exceptional communication, technical, interpersonal and client service skills.
We are offering
• Bonus potential
• Group Benefits Package
• Health and Wellness Program and Fitness Club Membership
• Participation in our Community Benevolence Initiative – PB|365
• Opportunities for professional development, learning and growth
• A collegial and dynamic work environment which values work/life balance and personal development
Please submit the following in confidence to Mr. Tim R. Parker, General Manager, by email only
1. Cover letter (1 page)
2. C.V. (no more than 2 pages)
Our Firm’s success is built on the unique skills, perspectives, experiences and values of each individual. We encourage a corporate culture that respects and celebrates the dignity, value and diversity of all. The Firm is committed to fair and accessible employment practices and has created policies and procedures to meet the requirements under the Accessibility of Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005. If you require accommodation in the application/interview process, please advise Mr. Parker by contacting him at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 905-526-9800. Where an accommodation is requested, Ross & McBride LLP will consult with the applicant and provide or arrange for suitable accommodation.
Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.