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Indigenous law students who wish to participate in the program and meet the applicant criteria are invited to apply.
To register for this program, you must be a law student of First Nations, Inuit or Métis descent. You must also be enrolled in your first year (1L) of law school, with 1L completion in April 2021.
Qualifying Students must submit their application directly to the employers you have selected in your ISSP Student Registration Form.
Firms/organizations interested in participating in the ISSP program can apply here.
|Firm/Org||Location||Qualifications||Areas of Practice||Application Submission||Application Deadline|
|Fasken||Calgary||Factors we consider include:||Corporate / Commercial|
Banking / Financial Services
Attention: Stacey McCreath
|Bennett Jones LLP||Calgary||Students must be finishing 1L in the spring of 2021. Please visit our website to learn more about our summer student program.||Summer students are able to take work from every practice area in the firm during their summer: Litigation; Corporate; Tax; and Regulatory. We encourage students to seek out work that interests them, and to explore a variety of practice areas during their summer term.||Via email.|
Attention: Annaliisa Sando
|Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP||Calgary||Students must be currently enrolled in their first year of law school.||Corporate; energy; commercial litigation; regulatory, environmental, aboriginal and land; insolvency and restructuring; employment and labour; privacy; tax and commercial real estate||Through ViLaw Portal||01/28/2021|
|Legal Aid Alberta||Calgary and Edmonton||Students with an a passion for in criminal family and immigration, interested in poverty law and the many challenges that our LAA clients may face.||Criminal Trial Unit,|
Youth Criminal Matters
Attention: Andrea Doyle
|Rana Law||Calgary||Strong analytical, research and writing skills|
Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment
Reliable, conscientious and personable.
|Indigenous law (various aspects, including legal research, governance, contracts).||Via email|
Attention: Allisun Rana
|Staples Canada ULC||Richmond Hill, Ontario||Curious students who enjoy a collaborative and inclusive work environment.||All aspects of a corporate in-house department, contracts, managing litigation, some M&A, project work, policy writing.||Via email|
Attention: Terrie-Lynne Devonish