yeah i'm not shying away for sure. Maybe i'm thinking too much into it but I feel like being laid off from an articling position is a huge obstacle to getting employed as lawyers prefer people without articles and that as a result a small firm isn't going to be willing to invest in me without some sort of relationship so that they are more convinced I would be a good fit. I should also say i'm in Calgary I suppose.
Hi guys when i went to add uWindsor as a payee for my online banking i get two options:
1. University of Windsor
2. University of Windsor Tuition
Anyone know what the proper one is? i emailed admission office who directed me to Cashiers office who has yet to respond.
City of Ottawa has an articling student position on LinkedIn, posted 4 days ago with 17 applicants. I'm pretty sure they do admin, employment, etc. $55,000 salary
Kung Law Barrister and Solicitors is an employment litigation firm in Scarborough that is also hiring for 2020-2021. Low salary though ($14-17 per hour)
Pappas Law Firm in Vaughan has a post up for 2020-2021. Personal injury firm.
Edit: I just read your above post re intended practice areas, and while I agree that you should focus your effort on firms that you actually want to work at long-term, it's also a pretty dire situation and beggers can't be choosers at this point. Your licensing term is nearing conclusion, as another poster noted
Well, the fact is that you are currently unemployed and looking for a job. I wouldn't shy away from the question if it came up. It certainly will in your next interview. Besides, why are you focusing on networking right now instead of reaching out to firms directly? It doesn't hurt you but this seems to be more immediate than any potential networking opportunity that could come up.