It is probably easiest to just copy and paste the email I received last year on February 18:
This is to confirm that you have been selected to be interviewed for a law clerk position at the Supreme Court of Canada. Please take note the following instructions:
Please confirm as soon as possible by return e-mail that you will accept to come for your interview(s) at the Supreme Court of Canada.
Forward 1 or 2 writing samples of your choice (5-10 pages in length, not co-authored and no facta please) by February 26, 2015 to the following e-mail: If you do not receive confirmation of receipt of your writing sample(s) within 24 hours, please send a separate message to indicate you have not received confirmation.
If you have also applied to the Federal Court, please indicate whether you would object to the information regarding your interview date being forwarded to the Federal Court for the purposes of coordinating interviews with them while you are in town.
Please print, complete and sign the Personnel Screening, Consent and Authorization Form ([link]) and bring it with you to the interview. (A photo is not required.)
The schedule is very tight due to the number of interviews and the judges’ availability. Each interview will take approximately 30 minutes...
Then it goes on with the list of your interviews (you get a list of all the judges & committee, but only interview with the ones where there is a time), and provides the travel reimbursement details.
[edit for the date of the email]