lvi ONTARIO REPORTS OCTOBER 13, 2017
Lancaster House is Canada’s leading provider of conferences, informa;on, and analysis on labour,
human rights, and employment law.
We are looking for a dynamic, enthusias;c, and engaged individual, with a depth of experience in
and a broad knowledge of all aspects of labour, employment, and human rights law, to develop and
manage the content-based aspects of our conferences, workshops, and training programs. The role
includes developing ideas for conference programs and topics, based on exis;ng knowledge and
addi;onal research of caselaw, legisla;ve developments, academic journals, and trade publica;ons.
The individual will write conference brochures and program materials; prepare summaries,
overviews, and analyses of decisions and legisla;on; and organize and direct the prepara;on of
wri;en materials for all conferences. Liaising with speakers and advisory commi;ees, as well as
other experts, on current issues is also a key aspect of the role.
LL.B. or J.D. (mandatory). LL.M with a focus on labour or employment law (preferred). Experience in
the eld of labour, employment, and/or human rights law is desirable.
Salary commensurate with qualica;ons. Please e-mail your cover le;er and resume to
Roshien Asanta at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for applica;ons is November 17th,
2017. We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
For more informa;on please visit: h;p:// lancasterhouse.com/jobs
LEGAL CONFERENCE DEVELOPER AND RESEARCHER
in Labour, Employment and Human Rights Law
This is a newly created position with Norfolk County, Ontario’s Garden. We
offer picturesque small town, hamlet and rural living within easy reach of major
urban centres. With wonderfully varied tourist attractions, a bountiful agricultural
tradition, and spectacular recreational activities, our exceptional quality of life
simply can’t be beat!
Take the lead role in legal matters facing a rapidly evolving, progressive municipality
as the new County Solicitor. An experienced, collegial team of dynamic public
administrators look forward to relying upon your expertise.
Reporting to the County Manager, the County Solicitor will have general
responsibility for the County’s legal affairs and for giving professional advice,
and recommendations to Norfolk County Council and its administrative staff.
Preference will be given to a candidate with demonstrated experience in either
labour and employment law or municipal and planning law. Demonstrated
capacity in the areas of civil litigation, corporate/commercial or public law would
be considered an asset.
Salary Range: $104,596 - $130,745
Candidates with less than ten years’ experience will be considered however will fall
under a lower pay scale until such experience has been achieved.
To confidentially explore this opportunity further and for information on how to
submit your application visit: http://www.norfolkcounty.ca/jobs/
County Solicitor – 10 Years