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Live CPD Programming at Delta Hotel Ottawa on October 4th

Posted By Administration, September 21, 2018
Come join your local Ottawa colleagues at the Delta Hotel in Ottawa’s city centre on October 4th for a variety of valuable programs spanning timely issues in Health law, Insurance law, Real Property law, paternity leave in law firms, and bilingual proceedings in family law!

Pick and choose the most relevant programs to your practice area, or come for the full day and build your local network in different areas of law:

Advancing and Defending Future Care Costs Claims
Health Law & Insurance Law - 1h 30m Substantive

Online registration available at https://www.cbapd.org/details_en.aspx?id=ON_18HEA1004O


Sweeping Changes to the Construction Law Regime: What You Need to Know
Real Property Law & Construction Law – 2h 00m Substantive

Online registration available at https://www.cbapd.org/details_en.aspx?id=ON_18RPR1004O


Managing the Challenges of Bilingual Proceedings in Family Law / Gérer les défis des procédures bilingues en droit de la famille
Family Law (Bilingual program presented in both French and English) – 2h 00m Substantive

Online registration available at https://www.cbapd.org/details_en.aspx?id=ON_18FAM1004O


Fathers in Law II – Taking Action on Equality
Women Lawyers Forum – 1h 30m Professionalism

Online registration available at https://www.cbapd.org/details_en.aspx?id=ON_18WLF1004O

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Banking & Finance Associate

Posted By Administration, September 21, 2018

CAREER OPPORTUNITY AT DENTONS CANADA LLP

Banking & Finance Associate (3+ years of call)

Ottawa Office

Are you innovative, business-minded and always craving the next challenge? If so, we would love to have you join us at Dentons on our mission to shape the future of law.

POSITION SUMMARY

The Dentons’ Ottawa office is seeking a Banking & Finance lawyer to join our dedicated team. This is a great opportunity to work with lawyers who are passionate about their work, and to expand your experience to include sophisticated commercial real estate transactions. Dentons has one of the most recognized and diverse Banking and Finance and Commercial Real Estate practices in Ottawa, with a practice focusing on project development and project finance.

As a truly collaborative team, we are looking for candidates who have a keen interest in the financial services sector and a desire to learn more about our leading commercial real estate practice.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The successful candidate will join a committed team and will support the practice by assuming such responsibilities as:

• Representing creditors and borrowers, including banks, finance companies, private equity funds, public companies and private companies in financing transactions;
• Contributing to a broad range of banking and finance matters, including secured and unsecured credit facilities, syndicated transactions, mezzanine and subordinated debt facilities, asset-based financings, acquisition, recapitalization and other leveraged financings across a variety of industries; and
• Representing property developers and managers in real estate transactions.

Learn more about the Dentons’ Banking and Finance group and Dentons’ Real Estate group

REQUIREMENTS

Personal Skills/Attributes
• Has excellent interpersonal skills and is able to communicate advice to clients and colleagues clearly;
• Has strong analytical skills and can offer unique perspectives on complex issues;
• Embraces teamwork and values collaboration; and
• Exhibits leadership and demonstrates initiative.

Other Requirements
• Must be licensed or eligible to practice law in the Province of Ontario and be in good standing

HOW TO APPLY

Dentons offers successful candidates the benefit of working in our global group with the best legal minds around the world and the opportunity to develop your skills in this challenging area.

If you are ready to take the next step in your career and join our growing team, please reply in confidence to Priska Watzal with a cover letter and detailed résumé:

Priska Watzal
Talent Coordinator
Dentons Canada LLP
99 Bank Street, Suite 1420
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 1H4

Facsimile: 1 613 783 9690
priska.watzal@dentons.com

*We thank all applicants who apply, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Equal Opportunities

We believe that diversity and inclusion is essential to the success and strength of our firm. We believe that a proactive approach where we support and embrace our individual talents and differences enriches our firm, our professional practice and our communities. It offers us a broader perspective to foster more creative ideas and greater effectiveness, which enhances our ability to provide our clients with the best possible advice and service. Dentons Canada is committed to accessibility for persons with disabilities. If you have any accommodation requirements, we will work with you to make appropriate arrangements.

About Dentons

Dentons is the world's largest law firm, delivering quality and value to clients around the globe. Dentons is a leader on the Acritas Global Elite Brand Index, a BTI Client Service 30 Award winner and recognized by prominent business and legal publications for its innovations in client service, including founding Nextlaw Labs and the Nextlaw Global Referral Network. Dentons' polycentric approach and world-class talent challenge the status quo to advance client interests in the communities in which we live and work. www.dentons.com





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A Regular Day at the Office?

Posted By Administration, September 19, 2018
The team at Augustine Bater Binks LLP (ABB) usually commutes into the city and takes up residence at their offices on Laurier Ave where the usual lawyerly business of emails, meetings, telephone calls, preparing for court and court appearances fill the day.

But not on September 6th, when the commute took a twist and the team convened at the Habitat for Humanity build site in Orleans for Habitat Build Day which consisted of cutting holes in the floors for the heat vents, finishing concrete forming for front stairs, working on Tyvek waterproofing, and cutting interior framing in doorways to help build a home at Habitat’s Leacross Landing development.

This year, one of the homes in Leacross Landing is being sponsored by the Ottawa Carleton Legal community. A Law Build Committee, of which Craig Bater of ABB is a member, has been working all year to raise $100,000 to support the build. The Habitat Build Days play a key role in our overall fundraising efforts. So far, ABB, Nelligans, Kelly Santini, and Labarge Weinstein have agreed to support the build in this fashion.

“We did a Habitat Build Day last year and everyone found it to be a really rewarding experience, so we were pleased to be able do it again as a way of supporting Law Build,” said Craig Bater of ABB.
It’s all connected to a common purpose: Building a stronger community through affordable homeownership. Habitat homes are built with donated labour, resources and funds before being sold to a family through a geared-to-income, interest-free mortgage. The family contributes volunteer hours towards their home’s construction.

The Law Build Committee is still looking for law firm teams that would like to participate in this activity and make a tangible impact on the community with their philanthropic efforts. Help out on the build site by raising a wall or laying a floor, and meet a Habitat family in the process. But watch out – you could get hooked on a fun way to help build our community – and find yourself coming back again and again!

Law firms can also support Law Build by participating at Habitats’ popular Steel Toes and Stilettos Gala on November 3rd https://habitatgo.com/gala/ Proceeds from their participation will go to the Law Build fund.

“Both individuals and corporations have been tremendously supportive of what we’re doing in the community,” says Alexis Ashworth Habitat GO’s CEO. “Habitat for Humanity provides a unique opportunity for businesses to engage their team members in a meaningful experience that offers visible and tangible results. There’s nothing quite like seeing walls go up and knowing that your team is helping a family in need build their safe and affordable home”

For more information, or to book your Habitat Build Day, contact Habitat Greater Ottawa at https://habitatgo.com/theme-builds/

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Estate Assistant

Posted By Administration, September 19, 2018
Vincent Dagenais Gibson LLP/s.r.l. are currently seeking a Bilingual Estate Assistant with 2 years’ experience to add to our team. The candidate shall be self-motivated with the ability to work independently, manage multiple tasks, and have excellent organization skills. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Interested candidates can email their resume to Tammy Hendrick at tammy.hendrick@vdg.ca.

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Lawyer (Health Law)

Posted By Administration, September 19, 2018

LAWYER (HEALTH LAW)

SCOPE OF POSITION:


Based in Ottawa, Canada, our CNPS legal services team continues to grow.

As a lawyer and educator, the CNPS legal advisor is primarily responsible for providing legal advice and assistance to eligible nurses across Canada. The CNPS legal advisor is also responsible for the delivery of risk-management education, and the management of litigation and legal services provided by external counsel. Working to deliver products and services designed for nurses is personally and professionally rewarding. With the CNPS, you will enjoy a dynamic work environment and a rewarding career that lends itself to a balanced lifestyle, and a contributory, defined benefit pension.

Interested? Learn more by reading about the position details here below:

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Provision of legal information, advice and support to nursing professionals in connection with issues arising from their professional practice
• Review and analysis of legal documents
• Provision of advice and ongoing support to nurses involved in litigation and legal proceedings
• Strategic management of the conduct of litigation and legal proceedings across Canadian jurisdictions
• Documentation of legal services in accordance with applicable standards and employer policies

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Development and presentation of educational modules, workshops, and lectures on professional obligations and legal issues relevant to nursing
• Drafting of articles for publication on various health law topics relevant to nursing
• Research and provision of legal opinions relating to various corporate issues
• Representing the CNPS on external committees and working groups

REQUIREMENTS:

• Law degree from a Canadian university
• Licence to practice common law in a Canadian province or territory
• Health law and civil litigation experience
• Experience working with health-care professionals

KEY COMPETENCIES:

• A minimum of 5 years of practising health law and civil litigation
• Superior oral and written communication skills
• Excellent interpersonal skills
• Highly developed analytical skills, critical thinking and organizational skills
• Ability to travel

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS:

• Nursing baccalaureate and broad nursing experience
• Registered or eligible for registration as a registered nurse or nurse practitioner in a Canadian province of territory
• Fluent in both official languages, written and oral
• Licensed to practise civil law

BENEFITS:

• Permanent, full-time position
• Competitive compensation package
• Vacation allowance and sick leave
• Comprehensive benefits
• Defined benefits pension plan
• Mentoring and leadership opportunities

For confidential consideration, please email your cover letter and resume c/o Human Resources to hr-legal@cnps.ca.

 

AVOCATE OU AVOCAT (DROIT DE LA SANTÉ)

DESCRIPTION DU POSTE :


L’équipe des services juridiques de la SPIIC est en pleine croissance. Elle est située dans la région de la capitale nationale du Canada, à Ottawa.

En tant qu’avocat et éducateur exerçant en droit de la santé, la conseillère ou le conseiller juridique de la SPIIC est principalement chargé de donner des conseils juridiques ainsi qu’une assistance aux infirmières et infirmiers admissibles de tout le Canada. La conseillère ou le conseiller juridique de la SPIIC est aussi chargé de délivrer des services d’éducation et de gestion des risques, et de gérer les services juridiques fournis par des cabinets d’avocats externes. Travailler à la conception de produits ainsi qu'à la prestation de services de qualité constitue une expérience enrichissante aussi bien sur le plan personnel que sur le plan professionnel. À la SPIIC, vous serez dans un environnement de travail dynamique. Vous y aurez aussi une carrière valorisante qui se prête bien à un mode de vie équilibré et bénéficierez d’un régime de retraite contributif à prestations déterminées.

Intéressé(e)? Veuillez lire les informations ci-dessous pour en savoir davantage sur le poste.

PRINCIPALES RESPONSABILITÉS

• Communiquer des informations juridiques, prodiguer des conseils juridiques et prêter assistance aux professionnels des soins infirmiers relativement aux questions découlant de l’exercice de la pratique infirmière
• Examiner et analyser des documents légaux
• Prodiguer des conseils et apporter une assistance continue aux infirmières et infirmiers dans le cadre de litiges
• Assurer la gestion stratégique des litiges et des procédures judiciaires dans l'ensemble des provinces et territoires du Canada
• Consigner les services juridiques conformément aux politiques de la SPIIC et aux normes applicables

AUTRES RESPONSABILITÉS


• Élaborer et présenter des modules éducatifs, animer des ateliers et faire des communications sur les obligations professionnelles et les problématiques juridiques ayant trait à la profession infirmière
• Rédiger des articles sur le droit de la santé et en rapport avec la profession infirmière
• Faire des recherches et émettre des avis sur divers problématiques d’entreprise
• Siéger à des comités et groupes de travail externes comme représentant(e) de la SPIIC

EXIGENCES

• Diplôme de droit décerné par une université canadienne
• Autorisation à exercer la common law dans une province ou un territoire du Canada
• Expérience en droit de la santé et en litiges civils
• Expérience de travail avec des professionnels de la santé

COMPÉTENCES CLÉS


• Un minimum de cinq ans d’expérience pratique en droit de la santé et en litiges civils
• Aptitudes supérieures en matière de communication écrite et verbale
• Entregent et excellentes aptitudes interpersonnelles
• Solides aptitudes à l’analyse, pensée critique et sens de l’organisation
• Disponibilité à voyager

QUALIFICATIONS DÉSIRÉES

• Baccalauréat en sciences infirmières et une grande expérience en soins infirmiers
• Infirmière ou infirmier autorisé ou praticien inscrit ou admissible à l’inscription au registre des infirmières et infirmiers autorisés ou praticiens d’une province ou d’un territoire du Canada
• Maîtrise des deux langues officielles (anglais et français) à l'oral comme à l'écrit
• Détenir un permis d’exercice de la profession d’avocat en droit civil

AVANTAGES :

• Poste permanent à temps plein
• Programme de rémunération compétitif
• Congé payé et congé de maladie
• Avantages sociaux complets
• Régime de retraite à prestations déterminées
• Possibilités de mentorat et de leadership

Vous pouvez soumettre votre lettre d'accompagnement et votre curriculum vitae à l’adresse courriel hr-legal@cnps.ca. Toutes les candidatures seront traitées de manière confidentielle.

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Input Sought for Law Foundation Funded Survey on App Use in Co-Parenting and A2J

Posted By Administration, September 17, 2018

Invitation:

Access to Justice for Facilitating Custody and Access: Survey

Volunteers needed for brief, online Family Law Co-Parenting study.

If you are interested simply click this link:

English:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MN79KXZ

En Français:

https://fr.surveymonkey.com/r/8T6WWJV

We are looking for volunteers for a study into how online tech applications are being used, and can be better used, in the family courts. This project looks into how legal tech solutions are being used, and can be better used, to address backlogs, delays, high levels of conflict, and support the best interests of children when co-parents have disputes. The study aims to learn about how tech is being used, how it can be better used, and what issues most concern co-parents. You will be asked to complete a simple, online survey.

This study is funded by the Law Foundation of Ontario’s Access to Justice Fund and is being undertaken by Dr. Rebecca Bromwich, Director of the Graduate Diploma in Conflict Resolution Program at Carleton University.

To be eligible to participate, you must simply be English-speaking, comfortable using computers to access the internet, and be at least 18 years of age.

The study will take place entirely online.

If you have questions, please contact Dr. Bromwich at: Rebecca.Bromwich@Carleton.ca
The ethics protocol for this research has been reviewed and approved by the Carleton University Research Ethics Board.

CUREB-A:
If you have any ethical concerns with the study, please contact Dr.Bernadette Campbell, Chair, Carleton University Research Ethics Board-A (by phone at 613-520-2600 ext. 2517 or via email at ethics@carleton.ca).

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Advocacy Club Events

Posted By Administration, September 17, 2018
Advocacy Club’s Call to the Bag
Calling Advocacy Club members to attend a fun and challenging introduction to boxing taught by a former mixed martial arts competitor, Anna Barone. Here is the proposal:
• On Thursday evening, October 4 at 7:00, Anna will host a 1-hour session for up to 16 participants.
• The session will introduce participants to the rudiments of boxing, including punching those huge bags you see in films.
• Like the Advocacy Club, the session will feature actionable techniques, where Anna and another boxing coach will demo and then guide participants through the techniques. Yes, teachable techniques. Sound familiar?
• The cost is $20 per person, all to be donated to the Ottawa Heart Institute.
• After the session, participants can undo the benefit with a beer or glass of wine at one of Westboro’s local bars.

To make this work, we need at least 8 participants. The gym is in Westboro, near Richmond/Churchill. 294 Picton Avenue. The first 16 get in. If there is excess demand, Anna might put on a second clinic.

Here is Anna’s photo and fight page: https://www.tapology.com/fightcenter/fighters/14351-Anna-Baronehttps://www.tapology.com/fightcenter/fighters/14351-Anna-Barone

And here is the link to Anna’s gym page: https://www.victorystrength.ca/#home-section

Contact John Hollander at john.hollander2@gmail.com to sign up.


Advocacy Club Boot Camp - Fall 2018
Join the Advocacy Club! The only way is by taking the Boot Camp. A comprehensive training program that covers the basics of civil trial advocacy: interview skills, case analysis, outlining examinations, discovery, direct and cross-examination techniques and legal argument. All in 8.5 hours of mixed presentations, drills and exercises. A practical, formula-based program that arms the junior litigators with the essentials to survive and succeed in a today's courtrooms.

Details of the Boot Camp can be found here. The next available sessions are Tuesday, September 25, 12:30-5:00 and Thursday, September 27, 1:00-5:00 and Tuesday, October 30, 12:30-5:00 and Thursday, November 1, 1:00-5:00
Contact John Hollander to reserve your spot for the next session.

- CPD: Sessions qualify as 7.0 hours substantive and 1.5 hours professional CPD, of which 1.0 hour qualifies as the EDI component each lawyer requires annually.

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Litigation Associate

Posted By Administration, September 17, 2018
Litigation Associate – 5-10 Years

Established Kingston law firm – we are looking for an experience civil litigator to assist with our civil litigation practice. The ideal candidate will have five to ten years’ experience in civil litigation, and if she/he wants to take on some criminal law work from time to time, so much the better. We have a case load for the ideal candidate to assume. We are looking for someone who is not only technically competent, but shows the entrepreneurial skills to obtain and retain clients and who wants to expand a practice of his or her own. We offer a friendly atmosphere in one of the most beautiful small cities in Ontario, which provides what we think is the ideal work/life balance. Please forward CV to Jennifer Foster at jfoster@rbhf.ca.

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Law Clerks/ Legal Assistants

Posted By Administration, September 11, 2018
Legal Assistant

Riopelle Group Professional Corporation is accepting applications for fulltime, bilingual legal assistants to work in the areas of real estate, family, wills and/or estates at our Orleans office. RG offers a progressive and supportive work environment, the opportunity to join a talented and client-focused team and an attractive salary and unique benefit package. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills, at least 1-3 years experience and possess proficiency in Conveyancer, PCLaw and Teraview, Divorcemate, Estate-a-Base. Salary is commensurate with qualifications.

Please send resumes to Elaine MacKenzie at elaine@rglaw.ca.

Closing date September 21, 2018.

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Vice & Hunter LLP Welcomes Cheryl Letourneau

Posted By Administration, September 10, 2018

VICE & HUNTER LLP is pleased to welcome Cheryl Letourneau to the firm.

Cheryl graduated from the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law with an LL.B in 2003. After graduation, Cheryl articled as a law clerk with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Ottawa. Following her articles, Cheryl worked at a boutique law firm specializing in personal injury plaintiff work, professional negligence and criminal defence. After gaining substantial civil litigation and criminal law experience, Cheryl had her own practice for several years until she eventually joined a boutique law firm and her practice focused on personal injury plaintiff work including accident benefits litigation.

Cheryl joined Vice and Hunter LLP in 2018 and continues to practice in the areas of civil litigation with a focus on personal injury, insurance disputes, defamation, professional negligence and employment related matters.

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AGENT(E) DE PROJET

Posted By Administration, September 10, 2018

OFFRE D’EMPLOI

AGENT(E) DE PROJET

CONTRAT JUSQU’AU 31 MARS 2019 AVEC POSSIBILITÉ DE RENOUVELLEMENT

OTTAWA (ONTARIO)

L’Association des juristes d’expression française de l’Ontario est à la recherche d’un* agent de projet pour occuper un poste auprès de l’équipe de l’AJEFO et de CliquezJustice.ca. Ce contrat est à temps plein jusqu’au 31 mars 2019 avec possibilité de renouvellement. La personne qui occupera ce poste travaillera de près avec la direction générale de l’AJEFO et l’équipe de l’AJEFO.

CONTEXTE

L’AJEFO est une communauté juridique et un centre d’expertise en français. Forte de plus de 1 000 membres, l’AJEFO est le plus grand regroupement de professionnels francophones de la justice en Ontario. Sa mission : faciliter un accès égal à la justice en français pour tous et partout en Ontario. En plus de ses projets phares (ex. CliquezJustice.ca), l’AJEFO est appelée à piloter d’autres projets périodiques tels que les Journées du droit, la formation en médiation familiale, les Camps en justice, etc. 

CliquezJustice.ca est un site internet pancanadien d’information juridique vulgarisée. Créé en 2012 par l’AJEFO, CliquezJustice.ca offre un contenu destiné aux populations minoritaires francophones du Canada. Son mandat : informer le grand public de façon claire et simplifiée sur ses droits et obligations dans des contextes touchant autant le quotidien que la vie en société. CliquezJustice.ca vise à outiller les Canadiens pour qu’ils connaissent leur droit, en comprennent l’impact sur leur vie et prennent les bonnes décisions. CliquezJustice.ca enregistre plus de 30 000 visites par mois. 

 

DESCRIPTION DU POSTE

·         Effectuer de la recherche juridique portant sur divers domaines de droit.

·         Rédiger et réviser des textes juridiques vulgarisés à destination d’un public varié, qui seront mis en ligne sur CliquezJustice.ca.

·         Gérer des projets périodiques et ponctuels, y compris leurs échéanciers et leurs budgets.

·         Monter des ateliers d’information juridique à destination d’un public varié, dans le cadre de divers projets.

·         Établir et maintenir des liens étroits avec les partenaires de l’AJEFO.

·         Participer à la mise en œuvre du plan de communication de CliquezJustice.ca.

·         Représenter tant l’AJEFO que le projet CliquezJustice.ca lors d’événements spéciaux.

·         Offrir et animer des sessions de formation ou des ateliers dans le cadre des projets de l’AJEFO et pour appuyer le travail de CliquezJustice.ca.

·         Au besoin, voyager à travers l’Ontario pour offrir et animer ces sessions de formation et ateliers.

·         Effectuer toute autre tâche liée aux projets et aux activités de l’AJEFO.

 

APTITUDES ET COMPÉTENCES RECHERCHÉES

·         Formation post-secondaire en droit (ex. JD, LL.B, LL.L, diplôme collégial de parajuriste, ou autre formation appréciable en droit).

·         Niveau de français supérieur à excellent, tant à l’écrit qu’à l’oral.

·         Fortes compétences en recherche juridique dans les domaines de common law.

·         Habiletés supérieures en communication écrite et orale.

·         Bonne connaissance des enjeux de l’accès égal à la justice en français dans les deux langues officielles.

·         Fortes compétences en matière d’animation et d’entregent.

·         Avoir un excellent sens de l’organisation et un très bon jugement.

·         Capacité à travailler de façon autonome avec un minimum de supervision.

·         Une expérience professionnelle en journalisme, ou une formation post-secondaire en lettres françaises, en sciences sociales ou en science politique sont des atouts.

·         La possession d’un permis de conduire est un atout.

 

RÉMUNÉRATION ET CONDITIONS DE L’EMPLOI

Ce poste est à temps plein jusqu’au 31 mars 2019 avec possibilité de renouvellement. Le salaire est à déterminer selon l’expérience.   

L’AJEFO offre un horaire de travail flexible et la possibilité de télétravail. 

Date de clôture du recrutement : mercredi 26 septembre 2018, avant 16 h

Date d’entrée en fonction :  dès que possible

 L’AJEFO est situé au 85, rue Albert, bureau 1400, à Ottawa, en Ontario. 

 

CANDIDATURES

Les personnes intéressées doivent faire parvenir leur curriculum vitae accompagné d’une lettre d’intention par courrier électronique à bureau@ajefo.ca avant 16 h le mercredi 26 septembre 2018, à l’intention de :

Me Geneviève Pilon

Directrice générale par intérim

Association des juristes d’expression française de l’Ontario

85, rue Albert, bureau 1400

Ottawa (Ontario) K1P 6A4

 

Vous pensez avoir presque toutes les aptitudes et compétences recherchées? Postulez quand même. Nous comprenons que l’expérience peut prendre plusieurs formes.  

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Senior Lawyer Needed for Family Law Bench and Bar Committee

Posted By Administration, September 10, 2018

The Family Law Bench and Bar Committee was established to identify and address issues within the Family Court system and to promote effective communication about court procedures, local practice directions and other issues that affect lawyers and clients who rely upon that system.

On January 1, 2019, there will be a vacancy open that needs to be filled by a senior (15+ years in practice) family law lawyer.

The Committee meets, on average, four times a year. Meetings are usually held at 8:30 a.m. at the Court House. On occasion, additional meetings and work outside of the regular meetings is required by members of the Committee.

It is expected that the person appointed to the Committee will serve a three year term.

If you are interested in being considered for this position, please forward a letter setting out your year of call, experience and what you feel you can bring to the Committee. Your letter should be delivered to the CCLA member of the Family Law Bench and Bar Committee, Jennifer Jolly, at jjolly@familyjustice.ca or by fax at (613) 733-5078.

Please ensure that your expression of interest is provided by not later than Friday, November 2, 2018.

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Red Mass - Messe Rouge

Posted By Administration, September 10, 2018
Red Mass

The Red Mass will be celebrated at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, October 9th at the Notre-Dame Cathedral and will be presided by Msgr. Terrence Prendergast, Archbishop of Ottawa. The Red Mass marks the opening of the fall session of the law courts and is sponsored by the Saint Thomas More Lawyers' Guild of Ottawa. This Mass will provide us with an opportunity to reflect on the important role we play in our legal profession in seeking justice and fairness for our community at large. All judges and lawyers are invited to attend. Lawyers are also invited to gown for the procession and to confirm their attendance by sending a message to Mr. Antonio Giamberardino at info@antonio.lawyer

Please join us for refreshments in the lower level after the Mass.

Messe Rouge

La Messe Rouge sera célébrée à 17h, le mardi 9 octobre, à la Cathédrale Notre-Dame et sera présidée par Mgr Terrence Prendergast, archevêque d'Ottawa. Grâce à l'initiative de la Société juridique Saint-Thomas More d'Ottawa, la Messe Rouge souligne la rentrée judiciaire pour la session d'automne. Cette célébration eucharistique se veut un moment de réelle réflexion sur le rôle important de la profession juridique dans la recherche de la justice et de l'équité au sein de notre communauté. Tous les juges et juristes sont invités à assister. Les juristes sont aussi invités à porter leur toge pour la procession, et à confirmer leur présence en communiquant avec Me Antonio Giamberardino à l'adresse courriel suivante: info@antonio.lawyer ‎

Veuillez nous rejoindre pour des rafraîchissements au sous-sol suivant la messe.

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Articling Student

Posted By Administration, September 10, 2018
We have an opening for an immediately available articling student at our downtown Ottawa boutique law firm, which has gained a reputation for high-end client service. The ideal candidate will have litigation experience and a willingness to work as part of a close-knit team. Applicants should have interest in at least two of the family law, civil litigation, and wills and estates practice areas. You will be working closely with senior lawyers in a variety of fields as well as being responsible for carriage of your own files. Strong drafting skills, research skills, and advocacy skills are necessary. Client management and business development skills will be favourably considered.

We offer competitive compensation and a collegial atmosphere in which to work with senior lawyers and gain excellent experience. Our central downtown location offers great access to the courthouse.

Interested applicants should forward a covering letter, resume, transcripts, and references in confidence, to Julius Dawn at dawn@lexfix.ca.

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Corporate Commercial Associate

Posted By Administration, September 7, 2018
Open Date: September 7, 2018
Close Date: September 28, 2018
Location: Ottawa, ON

Associate – Corporate Commercial Group
3 - 6 Years of Experience


BLG’s Corporate Commercial Group is recruiting an Associate with 3 to 6 years of relevant experience to join its dynamic Ottawa office.

Applicants who have strong client management and teamwork skills are sought to assume significant responsibility in an active and diverse corporate commercial and infrastructure practice. The ideal candidate will have experience advising private and public sector clients on mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, reorganizations, commercial contracts and corporate governance, in addition to a range of general corporate and commercial matters. The candidate will be creative, have sound judgment, and must appreciate the importance of providing excellent and responsive legal service to clients. The candidate must be a member in good standing of the Law Society of Ontario. French language ability is an asset.

This position offers the opportunity for a lawyer to develop their skills and career as part of a dynamic and successful national team. With BLG’s national ongoing professional development/legal education program, the successful candidate will obtain advanced training, mentoring and exposure to the firm’s clients while being supported to build their own practice and expertise. This is an ideal position for someone who can hit the ground running, is a consummate team player, has strong analytical, interpersonal, and oral and written communication skills, takes initiative, and seeks an opportunity to be allowed to further develop beyond their current skill level.

BLG is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace. We welcome applications from diverse candidates.

If you are interested in joining our law firm, please send your cover letter, résumé, transcripts and list of references by September 28, 2018, in confidence to:

Danielle Laflamme | Professional Recruiting Manager
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP | T: 613.787.3578 | Email: DLaflamme@blg.com

We thank all applicants for their interest in this position; however, only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

Applicants with disabilities may notify us of any accommodations needed to support your participation in the recruitment processes.

BLG is an integrated national law firm that provides a broad range of legal services, with more than 700 lawyers, intellectual property agents and other professionals working in five major Canadian cities.

BLG is committed to helping our professionals reach the next level in their careers. Our comprehensive approach to professional development has received widespread recognition.

Everyone at BLG is required to carry out the duties of their role while upholding the important principles of our Respectful Workplace Policy, and treating everyone with respect, regardless of position.

* Please note that relatives of current BLG employees and Partners are not eligible for consideration.

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OAFM Approved Family Mediation Training - Autumn 2018

Posted By Administration, September 7, 2018
Colleen Currie, John Goodwin, and Valerie Morinville are delivering the 40-hour Fundamentals of Family Mediation in Ottawa on November 7-8-9 and 15-16. This training is recognized by OAFM (the Ontario Association for Family Mediation), and will be of interest to family law lawyers who want to develop a professional family mediation practice, or who want to become accredited family mediators.

For those practitioners who have already started their journey to become a professional family mediator, Colleen Currie and Dr. Cheryl Picard are delivering the 20-hour Advanced Family Mediation workshop on October 17-18-19. This training is also recognized by OAFM towards your family mediator accreditation. OAFM has been accrediting mediators for 30 years; their accreditation is the recognized standard for family mediators in Ontario.

The approach in these workshops is experiential. Participants learn through a combination of interactive adult teaching methods including demonstrations, role plays, small group discussions, and reflective exercises.

For more information, or to register, please visit www.currielaw.com (under the Training tab) or contact Colleen by email at colleen@currielaw.com or telephone at 613.726.2694.

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Annual SABS Update Breakfast Seminar

Posted By Administration, September 7, 2018

Friday September 28, 2018 - 8:00am - 11:00am

Kompass Claims Management Group is please to host our annual SABS update breakfast seminar at St. Elias Centre on Friday, September 28, 2018. Join us at 8:00am for a light breakfast, followed by an overview of the latest LAT decisions and changes/interpretations to the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule.

Registration forms can be found at http://kompassclaims.com/training.htm

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact Phyllis Bergmans, 613-249-0128

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Want to Join Mann Lawyers?

Posted By Administration, September 7, 2018
Want to Join Mann Lawyers?

Due to growth of the firm, Mann Lawyers is currently recruiting for the following positions:

Employment Law Lawyer with a minimum of three (3) years’ experience
Wills and Estates Lawyer with a minimum of five (5) years’ experience
Corporate Lawyer with a minimum of eight (8) years’ experience in M&A and Securities
Family Law Lawyer with a minimum of 10 years’ experience

Ideally, the lawyers will have a book of business/referral network from an existing practice.

If you want to join a firm that has a supportive, friendly and dynamic work environment, excellent reputation for providing outstanding service and strong involvement in the community, please e-mail your resume in confidence to Sandra MacLeod at hr@mannlawyers.com. For additional information regarding Mann Lawyers, please visit our website.

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Junior Associate Position

Posted By Administration, September 6, 2018

We have an opening for an immediately available for a junior associate at our downtown Ottawa boutique law firm, which has gained a reputation for high-end client service. The ideal candidate will have litigation experience and a willingness to work as part of a close-knit team. Applicants should have experience and interest in at least two of the family law, civil litigation, and wills and estates practice areas. You will be working closely with senior lawyers in a variety of fields as well as being responsible for carriage of your own files. Strong drafting skills, research skills, and advocacy skills are necessary. Client management and business development skills will be favourably considered.

We offer competitive compensation and a collegial atmosphere in which to work with senior lawyers and gain excellent experience. Our central downtown location offers great access to the
courthouse.

Interested applicants should forward a covering letter, resume, and references in confidence, to Julius Dawn at dawn@lexfix.ca.

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Office Space Available

Posted By Administration, September 5, 2018
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY- OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE
WAVERLEY LAW OFFICES


Fully serviced and fully furnished office spaces for rent on the second and third floors of a beautifully renovated 100 year old heritage style building. Occupancy available for three lawyers and secretary as of November 1, 2018 or earlier, if required. Located at 303 Waverley Street West, corner of Metcalfe, within walking distance of the courthouse.

Rent includes office spaces with secretarial spaces, full time receptionist, high-speed internet, coffee, use of boardroom and kitchen with all amenities, local and long distance phone service and file storage. Parking is also available.

Excellent atmosphere with 6 lawyers all practicing individually. Many referrals and collegial assistance/support available.

For more information please contact Steven Fried at (613) 233-4420 Ex. 137, sfried@stevenfried.com or Allan Hirsch at (613) 233-4420 Ex. 135, allan@hirschlaw.ca

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Things Change in Family Law

Posted By Administration, September 4, 2018
Things Change for Family Law in the Ottawa area!


Simplifying the legal process for those at a pivotal moment of change in their lives.

Rachelle Laforge and Gabrielle Beaulieu have formed a unique partnership and share a vision of taking the fear out of family law and empowering families with knowledge and tools to transition to the next phase of their lives.

They also have great energy and a passion for learning, teaching and contributing to their community.

These two lawyers have joined forces offering their family law services under one common mission: We're here to help.

Starting September 1, 2018, Laforge Beaulieu LLP will be operating out of its head office in Rockland, ON and with satellite offices in Ottawa.

Services offered include: mediation, collaborative law, litigation, children's representation, ensuring in services are offered in both official languages.

Laforge Beaulieu is located at 801 St-Jean Street, Rockland, ON.
613-755-4056
rachelle@thingschange.ca
gabrielle@thingschange.ca
www.thingschange.ca



Il y a du nouveau en droit de la famille à Ottawa!

Simplifier le processus juridique pour ceux et celles qui font face à un point culminant dans leur vie.

Rachelle Laforge et Gabrielle Beaulieu forment un partenariat unique avec la vision d'apaiser les inquiétudes reliées au droit de la famille et d'outiller les familles avec les connaissances et les ressources nécessaires les aidant à passer à cette nouvelle étape dans leur vie.

Les deux ont une passion pour l'apprentissage, l'enseignement et se démarquent par leur engagement dans leur communauté.

Ce n'est pas étonnant que ces deux avocates aient décidé de s'associer afin d'offrir leurs services en droit de la famille avec une vision commune : nous sommes là pour aider.

À compter du 1er septembre 2018, Laforge Beaulieu LLP offrira ses services à partir de son bureau central à Rockland ainsi que son bureau satellite à Ottawa.

Leurs services comprendront: la médiation, le droit collaboratif, avocate pour les enfants et tous les services seront disponibles dans les deux langues officielles.

Laforge Beaulieu est situé au 801 rue St-Jean, Rockland, ON.
613-755-4056
rachelle@thingschange.ca
gabrielle@thingschange.ca
www.thingschange.ca

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Experienced Real Estate Assistant Required

Posted By Administration, August 30, 2018
Looking for an experienced real estate assistant who can handle volume in busy season (50-55 files monthly). Salary $50,000.00 to $60,000.00 depending on experience. REAL ESTATE EXPERIENCE a must. Send resumes to mcaruso@jacquesrobert.com.

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Estate of John Meilleur

Posted By Administration, August 27, 2018
We have been asked to assist with a search to determine whether there is a Will for the late JOHN MEILLEUR of Ottawa, Ontario. His date of death is July 4th, 2018.

Anyone having information pertaining to the Will for the late JOHN MEILLEUR should contact Jessica Houle, Barrister & Solicitor at the following email address: jhoule@sicotte.ca or contact by telephone at the Law Office of Sicotte Guilbault. (613) 590-2515.

Thank you for your assistance in this matter.

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Tierney Stauffer LLP – Litigation Lawyer

Posted By Administration, August 27, 2018

Tierney Stauffer is a mid-sized, full service law firm with offices in Ottawa, Cornwall, Kingston and Arnprior. We are seeking a litigation lawyer with a minimum of 3 years of experience to join our team.

The ideal candidate will have excellent written and oral communication skills, with experience in employment law, commercial litigation, construction liens and/or personal injury. Bilingualism is an asset. This is an ideal position for someone who has strong interpersonal skills and welcomes the opportunity to work hard and have fun while doing so.

Candidates will be considered as their applications are received. Please send your application to Lesly Joseph at ljoseph@tslawyers.ca.

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Help REACH for the Stars-early bird price!

Posted By Administration, August 16, 2018

Help REACH for the Stars! Early bird tickets ends in a month for the REACH Auction Gala on Thursday October 18 at St.Elias.

$99 tickets for the 38th Reach Annual Celebrity Auction are available until September 19, 2018. Includes appetizer reception, three course meal and an entertaining Live Auction.Celebrity and host is Jock Climie who is an Ottawa lawyer and TSN broadcaster for Canadian football.

After September 19, tickets will be available at the regular rate of $125. To purchase your tickets and learn more about the Gala visit www.reachauction.com.

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