DECEMBER 8, 2017 CAREERS lxxi
The Law Society of Upper Canada exists to govern
Ontario’s legal profession in the public interest.
Investigation Counsel conducts investigations in a professional manner,
gathering, processing and analyzing evidence for possible breaches of Rules
of Professional Conduct, By-laws and regulatory requirements. Counsel
participates in the development of case plans and disposition proposals that
are consistent with the Law Society’s public interest mandate, legislation and
policies. Counsel engages in the timely, consistent and fair investigation of
a wide range of issues relating to the professional conduct, competence and
capacity of licensees.
You possess an LL.B. or J.D., plus a licence with the Law Society of Upper
Canada, and are entitled to practise law in Ontario. As a domain legal expert
with responsibility to independently undertake, plan and execute significant
and complex investigations of licensees, you have a minimum of 7 years’
experience in specific areas of law, primarily real estate, but also including,
civil litigation and administrative law, gained through private practice, in a
regulatory environment, or combination thereof. Strong experience in real
estate law will be considered an asset.
We offer a collegial work environment with competitive salary and benefits.
For further information, or to apply for this position, please visit
the Current Opportunities page of the Law Society’s website at
www.lsuc.on.ca. Please apply in confidence by December 20, 2017.
Please submit a cover letter with your application. If you are unable to
apply via this process due to the requirement for an accommodation of
any kind, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Law Society of Upper Canada is an equal opportunity employer striving
to reflect the population of Ontario. We welcome applications from persons
representing the diversity of our profession and community. We appreciate all
interest and will directly contact candidates under consideration.
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