Summer Law Student
- 40 Queen St, St. Catharines, ON L2R 5G3, Canada
Sullivan Mahoney LLP is the largest law firm in Niagara, providing a full range of legal services to our diverse client base.
We have earned an unsurpassed reputation for impeccable service, thorough and pragmatic legal advice and complete commitment to our clients. Our lawyers are knowledgeable and dedicated to their professional development in order to best serve our clients’ needs.
Not only are we committed to our clients, but also to our communities. We give back through charitable donations, fundraisers and sponsorships.
Sullivan Mahoney LLP hires first and second year law students to work during the summer months. Students are provided with practical exposure to the legal environment and opportunity to gain hands on experience within various practice areas.
As a Summer Student, you will:
- Conduct research
- Make court appearances
- Handle small claims files
Summer student positions generally run from May 2022 to late August 2022.
Please submit your application, including undergraduate and first year law school transcripts, by no later than December 17, 2021. Interviews will be conducted in mid to late December for the 2022 student term.
Sullivan Mahoney LLP is one of Niagara's most distinguished and trusted law firms. Our success lies with our knowledgeable and dedicated lawyers and staff. We strongly believe in our people - their efforts reflect our firm culture. From a commitment to client success, to the new ideas they generate, our employees have succeeded in making us what we are today.
In turn, we offer our staff competitive salary and benefits. We are always looking for self-motivated, hard working individuals seeking to be part of Niagara's pre-eminent full service law firm.
We thank all applicants, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Sullivan Mahoney LLP is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities. Accommodations are available upon request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.