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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 second year (2L) of law school, with 2L completion in April 2023.
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.
he 2L Employer listing below will be updated as firm/organizations applications are received. Use the arrows beside the headers to filter the opportunities by firm name, location or application deadline. Click on the plus sign beside the firm/org to find out more about this opportunity.
|Firm/Org||Location||Application Deadline||Apply||Qualifications||Areas of Practice|
|Callioux Law||Edmonton||10/15/22||Apply||We are seeking someone with: ||Family Law|
|Student Legal Assistance||Calgary||1/7/23||Apply||We are looking to hire an indigenous law student preferably from UCalgary Faculty of Law. Optimally, the student will have participated in SLA as a volunteer law student caseworker or if from another Faculty of Law, participated in a law student clinic, during the academic term. SLA is funded for one position through the Alberta Law Foundation and would consider either a 1L or 2L student to fill the one position. The candidate selected will have a passion for providing access to justice for low-income and marginalized clients.||The summer student will represent SLA's clients in matters before the Provincial Court of Alberta in the family, civil, criminal and traffic divisions and before certain administrative tribunals such as the Residential Tenancies Dispute Resolution Service.|