Law Clerk

AZ Clarke Law is currently accepting applications for an entry level Law Clerk / Legal Assistant.

Education: Candidates should possess either a Law Clerk Diploma or a Bachelors

Work Experience: some experience in any of the areas of litigation, family law, real estate /corporate /business law and wills estate law would be advantageous. The ideal candidate will possess working knowledge of the Rules of Civil Procedure and all levels of Courts, experience with Teraview, Conveyancer, PCLaw, Divorcemate as well as experience providing office administration. We are looking for a motivated self-starter, who is able to work independently with minimal supervision.

Job Description: You will assist the lawyer by providing administrative support for court preparation and the conduct of client matters as they arise within the office. Tasks may include, but are not limited to: Performing general office duties, drafting legal correspondence, interviewing clients and witnesses, gathering documents, preparing documents with respect to any of our practice areas. Conduct file carriage matters in the areas of Real Estate, Corporate/commercial law, family law, civil litigation and estate law.

Please apply in confidence by sending your resume and application by email to: aclarke@azclarkelaw.com Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Associate Lawyer

We are always on the look-out for the right talent to associate. Please feel free to contact Ms. Clarke, should you have such an interest.

A.Z. CLARKE Professional Corporation

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