Litigation Paralegal

  • Telus
  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Jun 07, 2022
Full time Paralegal

Job Description

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Location: Toronto, ON, CA Ottawa, ON, CA Calgary, AB, CA Montreal, Quebec, CA Vancouver, British Columbia, CA Req ID: 26531 Jobs by Category: People & Culture, Finance and Corporate Affairs Job Function: Legal Status: Full Time Schedule: Regular  



Are you ready to create better business outcomes with your paralegal skills and creativity?


Join our team


The in-house TELUS Legal Services team provides world-class, innovative solutions to the TELUS group of companies. Our scope of work is broad and diverse and includes contract and commercial law, regulatory law, commercial litigation, privacy law, intellectual property law, real estate and environmental law, securities law, employment law, pensions, financing, mergers and acquisitions and competition law. We are trusted advisors who collaborate closely with leaders and teams across the organization to deliver better outcomes for internal and external customers.


Here’s the impact you’ll make and what we’ll accomplish together


As a dynamic, business-minded litigation paralegal you will have the opportunity to leverage your background to support TELUS' business units on a wide range of litigation and pre-litigation matters.


Here's how




  • Manage a challenging and diverse portfolio of paralegal work
  • Provide litigation and pre-litigation support on small claims matters, collection matters, customer escalations and civil production orders
  • Collaborate and work with colleagues in Legal Services from offices across the country


This is an exciting opportunity for someone looking to join an innovative and leading national company with operations across Canada, gain exposure to legal issues across TELUS’ diverse range of business groups including telecommunications, health, and home security, and engage in a broad and challenging paralegal portfolio.




You're the missing piece of the puzzle


  • Minimum of 3 years as a litigation paralegal in an in-house role or with a law firm
  • Talented in one or more of the following subject areas:
    • Small claims matters
    • Collection matters
    • Customer escalations
    • Civil production orders
  • Strong paralegal and analytical skills, and the ability to communicate effectively, in both oral and written form
  • Ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment, with minimal supervision
  • Demonstrated ability to focus on critical goals and strive for superior results
  • Recognized for your ability to learn quickly and adapt to changing situations and priorities
  • Drive to learn, understand and proactively contribute to business objectives, and to work collaboratively and creatively
  • Personable, and skilled at developing and maintaining relationships with sophisticated clients


Great to have…


  • Knowledge of and/or practical experience with the eDiscovery process
  • Fluency in French would be an asset