Who are we looking for?
We are looking for motivated and talented law students who are interested in working hard in order to become excellent lawyers and advocates and who want to practice in a dynamic environment surrounded by great colleagues.
Hicks Morley is an open and respectful workplace which fosters creativity, legal innovation and excellence in our clients’ interests. We are committed to recruiting and hiring the best candidates for all roles from diverse backgrounds and experiences.
Learn more about Diversity & Inclusion at Hicks Morley.
2018/2019 Articling Student Recruitment – Ottawa
We will be recruiting for one 2018/2019 articling student position in Ottawa. Applications are due on May 23, 2017.
2018/2019 Articling Student Recruitment – Toronto
We will be recruiting for 2018/2019 articling student positions in Toronto. Applications are due on July 7, 2017
2018 2L Summer Law Student Recruitment – Toronto
We will be recruiting for 2018 summer student positions in Toronto. Applications are due on August 21, 2017.
How do you apply?
All articling recruitment and interviews are conducted in accordance with the Law Society’s Articling Recruitment Procedures. A copy of the guidelines may be found on the Law Society’s website.
If you are applying for an articling or summer law student position, we will only be accepting applications electronically and you must submit your application through the online portal.
Please address your cover letter to the attention of:
Director, Professional Resources
Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP
77 King St. W., 39th Floor
Box 371, TD Centre
Toronto, ON M5K 1K8
Your application package must include:
- your cover letter
- a list of your current and proposed upper year courses
- official academic transcripts from all post secondary institutions attended (original transcripts are not required, copies are sufficient).
Reference letters will be reviewed but they are not required. Please do not submit a writing sample.
We do not send separate acknowledgments of applications that we have received – so do not be worried if you don’t receive one!
For 2L students attending schools that participate in OCIs, you will hear directly from your law school as to whether or not you have been offered an OCI. Post OCIs, for those students who attend schools that do not conduct OCIs (as well as for 1L and articling applicants) we will advise you in advance of Call Day if we will be inviting you to the firm for an interview and will provide you with further particulars regarding our process at that time and in accordance with the LSUC Guidelines.