Law Clerk – Corporate
Cartel Inc.
Toronto, Canada
1d ago

Our client a longstanding law firm is looking for a Corporate clerk to work at their downtown Toronto location. If you have 5+ years of corporate experience and able to run a file from open to close then this opportunity is for you! The ideal candidate must have an excellent personality and a professional approach.

Friendly staff, generous benefits, vacations honoured and perks galore! Apply now to be considered.

Primary Duties Include

  • Assists lawyers with corporate matters, incorporations and organizations, amendments, amalgamations, continuances, etc.
  • Drafting, serving and filing court documents in accordance with the Ontario Rules of Civil Procedure and practice directions
  • Drafts closing agendas and conducts corporate due diligence reviews
  • Correspond and apprise clients
  • Developing and implementing departmental policies and procedures
  • Delegating department workflow, train and mentor staff on an as need basis
  • Performing PPSA, corporate and Teraview searches
  • Required Experience / Skills / Qualifications

  • Minimum 5+ years’ of corporate experience; construction lien experience is preferred
  • Wide-ranging knowledge of legal procedures is required
  • Law Clerk Program diploma plus Member of the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario
  • Proficiency in MS office, Conveyancer, Teraview
  • Capable of working independently, sound judgment and initiative required
  • Strong mentoring, supervisory and leadership abilities
  • Excellent organizational and time management abilities
  • Strong written and oral communication and interpersonal skills
  • To apply, please forward your resume to Zaheeda Merali - Manager, Law Clerk Division at zaheeda cartelinc,com.

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