Applicants must be enrolled in the Faculty of Law. Preference will be given to second and third applicants.
Students are expected to commit a minimum of 7 to 10 hours per week to their work over the course of the entire year and be available for training.
Students attend the clinic for a mandatory weekly group meeting, and other times, as required to complete casework and to meet with the litigators assigned to the files.
Students submit file work and meet with Review Counsel regularly. This is to ensure timely case management and that the ongoing needs of the clients are addressed.
Conduct client intake interviews while providing excellent customer service.
Research and draft letters, legal memoranda, pleadings, and various court documents.
Facilitate communication with clients, review counsel, litigators, court staff, and other community agencies.
Maintain a complete client file, including all correspondence and dockets of time worked.
Maintain strict client confidentiality.
Attend mandatory weekly group meetings and at other times as required to complete casework requirements and to meet with the litigators assigned to the files.
Research and draft letters, legal memoranda, pleadings, and various court document.
Submit file work and meet with Review Counsel regularly to ensure case management is timely and ongoing needs of the case are addressed.
Attends group meetings every week. Commits to volunteering for 7 to 10 hours each week.
Thank you for your interest.
Applications for the winter term will be accepted until 4:30 pm on Friday November 24, 2017. Please send your cover letter, your resume and your class schedule to Stacey Marion at firstname.lastname@example.org. Only selected candidates will be invited to an interview. Interviews will be scheduled for the week of November 27, 2017. Successful applicants will be required to attend the mandatory orientation sessions scheduled for Saturday, January 13, 2018.