Bakerlaw is Hiring!

  • May 16, 2018
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Bakerlaw will be hiring a summer second year law student for 2019!

We anticipate that the work will have a significant focus on Charter cases, along with other practice areas at bakerlaw as outlined on our website.

Applications should include a cover letter outlining fit with Bakerlaw, including litigation/advocacy skills and experience, research and policy skills, knowledge of disability, equality rights and charter issues, as well as academic proficiency; a detailed resume, names and contact information for 2 legal/academic references, law school and undergraduate grades and a legal writing sample.

Applications should be submitted electronically to Anoop Kalsi:

Please submit your application as soon as possible. Application deadlines and hiring decisions will be made in accordance with the LSO’s Summer Recruitment Procedures. More information can be found here (link). We will update this posting when the position has been filed.


Specializing in public interest work in civil litigation and administrative law, with an emphasis on disability law, human rights, and Charter litigation, we pride ourselves on our commitment to access to justice, to the community, and to broader systemic equality issues. Our summer and articling students demonstrate their dedication to these social justice issues in addition to possessing strong academic backgrounds, superior research, analytical and drafting skills and deep understanding and appreciation of equality issues.

The articling program at Bakerlaw offers students diverse, concrete experience with significant opportunity to work independently and assume primary carriage of files while becoming involved in all aspects of the firm’s work. A collaborative environment, supportive of professional development, in combination with the meaningful work completed by students, establish the superior learning experience offered by Bakerlaw.

Bakerlaw will not be hiring an articling student for the 2018 – 2019 articling year.

Thank you for your interest in Bakerlaw.

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