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2020 1L Summer Student Positions

Walsh LLP is currently recruiting two summer students in first year of law school. We are looking for students who are not only academically successful, but also demonstrate the hallmarks of Walsh LLP’s firm culture: loyalty, hard work, collegiality, and involvement in their local community.

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Please note: We have filled our 2L summer student positions for 2020, and are not recruiting for this position.

Legal Assistant – Wills, Estate & Trust Litigation and Commercial Litigation

We are looking for a Legal Assistant to work in our Wills, Estate & Trust Litigation and Commercial Litigation practice.

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Litigation Associate

Walsh LLP, a law firm based in downtown Calgary and serving the community in Southern Alberta for more than 60 years, seeks to add an associate with three or more years’ experience to their litigation team.

Strong written advocacy skills are required.  The associate’s role will include drafting and responding to pleadings, applications, affidavits, and briefs. 

Oral advocacy skills commensurate with the associate’s experience are expected.

The selected candidate will have direct contact with clients and will be provided the opportunity to develop a book of business, while receiving a salary and bonus structure competitive in the Calgary market.

If the candidate’s experience already extends to Federal Court, that is an asset useful to the firm and its existing client base. 

The selected candidate will experience the opportunity to act in diverse areas of litigation. The litigation team handles civil and regulatory matters, and also criminal and quasi-criminal matters. 

The selected candidate will receive mentorship and guidance from the members of Walsh LLP, with the goal to develop the associate toward a larger role within the firm.

Walsh LLP adopts among its core values that its lawyers and staff enjoy work/life balance.

Applicants are invited to send their CV, letter of interest, or inquiries to Paul Pidde: