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Clark Wilson LLP Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Apr 01, 2020
Full time
Our Indigenous Business Law Group seeks a mid-level associate (minimum 2-3 years of call) to add to our busy, expanding team. The candidate will be dedicated to achieving results for clients in a creative, timely and responsive manner in a fast-paced environment.  This is a great opportunity for a self-motivated associate to join a dynamic team and participate in a meaningful and hands on way in some of BC’s most dynamic First Nations business law work.   The ideal candidate will have skills and experience in the following areas: Corporate and commercial solicitor skills:   IBA agreement drafting; knowledge of real estate law, both on and off reserve; knowledge of private company law; knowledge of the duty to consult as it applies in First Nation business contexts; familiarity with JVs, Limited Partnerships, and Leases; and research skills.   We are also interested in hearing from mid-level to senior associates who may have less direct Indigenous business law experience, but who have comparable experience in corporate-commercial law.   Candidates will also possess the following attributes:   a client centered approach, with excellent communication skills, both written and oral; the ability to handle the volume and inevitable quick deadlines of a busy practice; knowledge of First Nations caselaw; excellent organizational skills, with exceptional attention to detail; the ability to exercise sound judgment, discretion, confidentiality, solve problems, and handle a high level of responsibility; strong analytical and drafting skills; entrepreneurial spirit with ambition to build a long term practice; the ability to work both independently and as part of a collegial team; and has cultural competency working with Indigenous people.
Clark Wilson LLP Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Apr 01, 2020
Full time
Clark Wilson LLP’s Commercial Real Estate Group seeks an experienced mid-to-senior level Commercial Real Estate Associate (ideally 4-6 years of Call) with experience in commercial real estate transactions and mixed-use and multi-family development work. This is an ideal opportunity for someone who wishes to be part of one of the Vancouver legal community’s premier commercial real estate groups. In addition to working with top tier clients shaping BC’s real estate industry, you will have the opportunity to work on interesting and challenging commercial real estate projects involving First Nations, Higher Learning institutions, syndications, seniors housing, health and transportation authorities, etc. Key responsibilities for this role include drafting and providing legal advice on various real estate and commercial contracts as set out below. The ideal candidate will have skills and experience in the following areas: working on commercial real estate property development, including drafting disclosure statements and municipal agreements; assisting with financing arrangements for a variety of investment and development projects; Land Title Office filings, including those relating to subdivision and strata plan filings; drafting and negotiating purchase and sale agreements; drafting and negotiating partnership, co-ownership and joint venture agreements; negotiating and reviewing leasing arrangements; due diligence searching, analysis, reporting and problem solving; and structuring real estate acquisition, disposition and financing transactions. We seek someone who is a solid team-player, genuinely passionate about real estate (and working closely with clients who are equally passionate about real estate!), keen to learn, and not afraid of creativity and innovation. The successful candidate will demonstrate the following attributes: excellent communication skills, both written and oral; the ability to handle the volume and inevitable quick deadlines of a busy practice; excellent organizational skills, with exceptional attention to detail; the ability to exercise sound judgment, discretion, confidentiality, solve problems, and handle a high level of responsibility; and strong analytical and drafting skills.
Ivanhoé Cambridge Inc. Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Mar 31, 2020
Contract
Ivanhoé Cambridge Inc.   Lease Profile Administrator Reference: 5445 Position type : 15-month contract Location : Montréal, Quebec   Ivanhoé Cambridge develops and invests in high-quality real estate properties, projects and companies that are shaping the urban fabric in dynamic cities around the world. It does so responsibly, with a view to generate long-term performance. Ivanhoé Cambridge is committed to creating living spaces that foster the well-being of people and communities, while reducing its environmental footprint.   Vertically integrated in Canada, Ivanhoé Cambridge invests internationally alongside strategic partners and major real estate funds that are leaders in their markets. Through subsidiaries and partnerships, the Company holds interests in more than 1,000 buildings, primarily in the industrial and logistics, office, residential and retail sectors. Ivanhoé Cambridge held close to C$65 billion in real estate assets as at December 31, 2018 and is a real estate subsidiary of the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (cdpq.com), one of Canada's leading institutional fund managers. For more information: ivanhoecambridge.com.   Department : Finance and Accounting, Retail   Position type : 15-month contract   Specific accountabilities Reporting to the Manager, Lease Profile Administration and as a member of the Finance and Accounting, Retail, the incumbent will be responsible for lease profile administration and other related duties for tenants in his/her portfolio:   Interpret leasing documentation negotiated with our tenants in commercial properties along with other collateral documentation to capture the legal and financial information in the J.D. Edwards system; Create and update tenants’ lease abstracts in J.D. Edwards for billing, financial, legal and reporting analytics; Ensure the accuracy of the data entered and prioritize workload while respecting the policies and procedures; Perform system lease information audits by corroborating against legal source documents; Complete special lease administration assignments as required.   Key requirements Post-secondary Law -clerk/ paralegal degree with a minimum 2 years of experience with commercial and/or office leases; Or equivalent industry experience in commercial and/or office leases; Proficiency in MS Office software and knowledge of J.D.Edwards is an asset; Fluent in French and English (both oral and written) is essential; Ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment setting priorities (multitasking) and respecting deadlines; Flexible work schedule; Ability to work well within a team environment; Good analytical skills and basic accounting knowledge; High energy with a positive learning attitude. If you are interested in this challenge, please submit your resume.   You have everything to gain! When you join the Ivanhoé Cambridge team, you are eligible for employment benefits and a pension plan that are among the best in the industry. Our many health and wellness programs encourage you to balance your work and personal lives and fulfil your desire for social involvement, while maintaining a healthy lifestyle. At Ivanhoé Cambridge, you will have many opportunities to develop your skills and thrive professionally, in Canada or elsewhere in the world. Our initiatives aimed at creating an exceptional working environment that inspires our employees to give the best of themselves elevated Ivanhoé Cambridge into the ranks of 100 Top Employers in Canada.   Please apply online at: https://rita.illicohodes.com/go/5e835c394338569ba1cc7a82/55f9bbeb12497d61478f8dce/en   ----------------------------------------------   Ivanhoé Cambridge Inc.   Administrateur, Profil des locataires Référence : 5445 Type de poste : Contrat de 15 mois Endroit : Montréal, Québec   Ivanhoé Cambridge développe et investit dans des propriétés, des projets et des sociétés immobilières de grande qualité, qui façonnent la trame urbaine des villes dynamiques à travers le monde. Elle le fait de manière responsable, avec une vision à long terme, afin de générer des rendements optimaux ajustés au risque. Ivanhoé Cambridge s’engage à créer des espaces vivants qui favorisent le bien-être des gens et des communautés, tout en réduisant son empreinte écologique.   Verticalement intégrée au Canada, Ivanhoé Cambridge s’associe ailleurs dans le monde à des partenaires stratégiques et à des fonds immobiliers d’envergure qui sont des chefs de file dans leurs marchés. Par l’entremise de filiales et de partenariats, elle détient une participation dans plus de 1 000 immeubles, principalement dans les secteurs des bureaux, des centres commerciaux, de l’industriel et logistique et du résidentiel. Ses actifs immobiliers s’élevaient à près de 65 G$ CA d’actifs au 31 décembre 2018. Ivanhoé Cambridge est une filiale immobilière de la Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (cdpq.com), l’un des plus importants gestionnaires de fonds institutionnels au Canada. Pour plus de renseignements :  ivanhoecambridge.com.   Service : Finance et comptabilité, Centres commerciaux   Type de poste : Contrat de 15 mois   Des défis à la hauteur de vos talents! Relevant de la gestionnaire, Profil des locataires et membre de l’équipe Finance et comptabilité, Centres commerciaux, le titulaire sera responsable de l’administration des profils et de différentes tâches connexes pour un ensemble de locataires dans son portfolio :   Interpréter les baux négociés avec les locataires des propriétés commerciales, ainsi que les documents connexes, afin de saisir l’information juridique et financière qui s’y trouve dans le système JD Edwards; Rédiger et mettre à jour les paramètres du bail des locataires dans le système JD Edwards en vue de la facturation, de l’analyse financière et juridique et de la production de rapports; Veiller à l’exactitude des données saisies et classer les tâches par ordre de priorité dans le respect des politiques et des procédures d’Ivanhoé Cambridge; Vérifier l’information relative aux baux présente dans le système en la comparant aux documents juridiques d’origine; Effectuer certaines tâches liées à la gestion des baux, au besoin.   Connaissances et aptitudes requises Diplôme collégial en technique juridique ou para juridique et au moins deux ans d’expérience en administration des baux bureaux et/ou commerciaux OU une expérience pertinente équivalente dans le milieu de l’immobilier (bureaux ou commerciales); Solide connaissance théorique et pratique de la suite MS Office; Connaissance de JD Edwards, un atout; À l’aise en français et en anglais, essentiel (à l’oral comme à l’écrit); Capacité à travailler de façon autonome dans un milieu où les activités se déroulent à un rythme rapide, à mener plusieurs tâches de front, à établir ses priorités et à respecter les échéanciers; Horaire de travail flexible; Capacité à travailler en équipe; Bonnes capacités d’analyse et connaissances de base en comptabilité; Personne énergique, positive et prête à apprendre. Si ce défi vous intéresse, faites-nous parvenir sans tarder votre curriculum vitae!   Vous avez tout à gagner En travaillant chez Ivanhoé Cambridge, vous aurez droit à des avantages sociaux et à un régime de retraite parmi les meilleurs de l’industrie. Grâce à nos nombreux programmes axés sur la santé et le mieux-être, vous pourrez concilier travail et vie personnelle et combler votre envie d’implication sociale, tout en maintenant de saines habitudes de vie. Vous aurez de nombreuses occasions de développer vos compétences et de vous épanouir professionnellement, au Canada ou ailleurs dans le monde. Nos efforts pour créer un cadre de travail exceptionnel, où nos employés peuvent donner le meilleur d’eux-mêmes, ont valu à Ivanhoé Cambridge de figurer parmi les 100 meilleurs employeurs au Canada.   SVP Postulez en ligne au : https://rita.illicohodes.com/go/5e835c394338569ba1cc7a82/55f9bbeb12497d61478f8dce/fr
Sun Life Financial Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Mar 31, 2020
Full time
You are as unique as your background, experience and point of view. Here, you’ll be encouraged, empowered and challenged to be your best self. You'll work with dynamic colleagues - experts in their fields - who are eager to share their knowledge with you. Your leaders will inspire and help you reach your potential and soar to new heights. Every day, you'll have new and exciting opportunities to make life brighter for our Clients - who are at the heart of everything we do. Discover how you can make a difference in the lives of individuals, families and communities around the world.   Job Description: We are looking for a lawyer with business acumen and a relentless focus on the client experience to join the dynamic legal team that supports our Canadian group retirement and group insurance business. This is an agile role based in either our Toronto or Waterloo office.   The successful candidate will be assertive, resilient, adaptable and self-confident. They will be required to provide proactive, timely and strategic legal support to a business that supports the retirement needs of over one million Canadians through workplace solutions. This will involve advice on benefit administration, pension de-risking, insurance product development and marketing with an emphasis on digital and data influenced initiatives and negotiation of a variety of contractual arrangements.   The successful candidate will be:   a member in good standing with the Law Society of Ontario with between 2 and 5 years of relevant experience at a law firm or in-house legal team. enthusiastic about leveraging data and technology to provide legal solutions to our business partners and inform business strategy. able to engage and influence others with confidence. familiar with applicable industry and regulatory trends. able to distill complex problems and apply analytical and creative thinking to provide innovative solutions and manage risk. skilled at simplifying complex legal concepts and writing and speaking clearly. able to take a risk-based approach to the prioritization of work. able to build relationships across multiple areas of the business.   The Base Pay range is for the primary location for which the job is posted. It may vary depending on the work location of the successful candidate or other factors. In addition to Base Pay, eligible Sun Life employees participate in various incentive plans, payment under which is discretionary and subject to individual and company performance. Certain sales focused roles have sales incentive plans based on individual or group sales results.   Diversity and inclusion have always been at the core of our values at Sun Life. A diverse workforce with wide perspectives and creative ideas benefits our clients, the communities where we operate and all of us as colleagues. We welcome applications from qualified individuals from all backgrounds.   Persons with disabilities who need accommodation in the application process or those needing job postings in an alternative format may e-mail a request to thebrightside@sunlife.com.   We thank all applicants for showing an interest in this position. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.    
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