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Family Lawyer

About us and what we can offer


  • We utilize up to date technology, i.e. Cosmolex, Microsoft Office 365, Adobe Pro, Asana, DivorceMate Cloud

  • Although collaborating in person is often best, we know work flexibility is important to make us productive and happy

  • We have a general practice and the work is varied, although the focus of new counsel will be primarily on family law

  • Counsel will have experienced, competent and collaborative support professionals available to them for mentorship and for completing necessary administrative and substantive work

  • Counsel will be expected to take on the amount of work that is manageable for him/her/them on a commission basis, health & dental benefits  

  • We value work life balance – although there will be times when deadlines will require more attention given the nature of family law practice, we think wellness is of the utmost importance

  • Supportive work environment and progressively minded lawyers

  • Certified Living Wage Employer practice

  • Highly collegial local law association and resourceful law librarians

What we need

  • We are looking for counsel to begin in April or May 2023

  • Someone who has relatively good technology skills or is willing to learn

  • Preferably one year of practice experience in family law or completion of articles or Law Practice Program with some family law knowledge -- at the very least an interest in practicing in family law

  • A sense of humour & someone who is comfortable with a less formal and flexible office culture

  • Since we are a smaller practice, we need someone who is willing to jump in and be open, friendly, collaborative, resourceful and supportive of their/his/her colleagues’ success – no task is considered unimportant or beneath anyone

  • Valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle


  • We are committed to diversity, equity and inclusion - anyone with the requisite qualifications to practice law in Ontario is welcome to apply

  • Please send your CV and cover letter to

Ontario Living Wage Network
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