Permanent, full time
- Legal Clerk Diploma
- Membership in The Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario
Eight years of work experience
Skills and Attributes Required
- Good understanding of the Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure
- Strong computer skills in a Windows environment
- Excellent written and verbal communication
- Exceptional interpersonal skills
Duties and Responsibilities
- Receive new file assignments; Initial review and analysis of action, issues, and investigation.
- Interpret, draw conclusions from and categorize data/documents to provide written summarizes and memoranda for counsel review.
- Prepare content for Statements of Defence, Mediation Memorandums, Pre-Trial Conference Memorandums, motion materials, settlement documentation, and any other court forms/documentation that may be required for counsel review and approval.
- Participate in the development of discovery strategy, provide recommendations based upon knowledge of the facts of the case, and organize data and information.
- Review and analyze reports and records produced by opposing counsel in response to demands issued by HIROC counsel, and report results to HIROC counsel.
- Prepare document briefs, exhibits and other demonstrative evidence during course of file and for use at trial.
- Review and summarize transcripts, compile/maintain undertaking status charts, ensure that undertakings are satisfied.
- Maintain a comprehensive understanding of the Rules of Civil Procedure.
- Conduct legal research on specific issues for litigation matters by locating, gathering, compiling and organizing data/documentation. Analyze statutes, cases and regulations and summarize for counsel review.
Hours of Work
Normal working conditions in an office setting.
Please submit your résumé to HR@hiroc.com.
In order to be considered for this position, please include a current résumé or detailed qualifications summary with your application. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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