Careers at Ross & McBride LLP

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Articling at Ross & McBride

Ross & McBride and its predecessors have been part of the Hamilton legal landscape for over a century.

Our 41 lawyers practice in a variety of fields including Corporate and Commercial Law; Civil and Commercial Litigation; Matrimonial Law; Criminal Law; Charities & Non-profit Law; Personal Injury Law; Labour, Employment & Human Rights Law; Estates and Trusts; and Real Estate Law.

Ross & McBride’s diverse client base includes public and private corporations and institutions. We are proud of the many longstanding relationships developed as a result of our commitment to serving all of our clients’ legal needs.

Articling is an essential foundation-building opportunity. We recognize this and ensure that our students are fully involved in all aspects of professional life. Our Articling program is flexible and encourages students to pursue their interests, while gaining experience in a broad range of legal endeavours. Our students take responsibility for a number of ongoing files, make court appearances, assist counsel in all aspects of legal work and accompany counsel on trial.

There is a fast-paced yet friendly atmosphere at Ross & McBride. Our firm is interested in attracting students who relate well with the firm and its clientele. Our students combine excellent academic records with a variety of outside interests and achievements.

We would be pleased to receive applications from students interested in an articling position at Ross & McBride. Applications should be submitted to Andrew Spurgeon either by email to or by mail to the attention of Andrew Spurgeon at Ross & McBride LLP,  1 King St. West, P.O. Box 907, Hamilton, Ontario, L8N 3P6.

Please note that, for the 2019-2020 Articling Recruitment Process, the deadline for applications is Friday May 4, 2018 at 5:00pm. 

Applications should consist of a cover letter, curriculum vitae and law school transcripts if/when available.  For students from international schools with grading scales which differ from Ontario law schools, we ask that you provide information and/or documentation as to your law school’s grading scale, if available.  References are not required but appreciated.