Associate Lawyer (Immigration)
Stewart McKelvey is an innovative, client-driven law firm committed to providing the highest quality of ethical legal services, earning clients' trust and striving to meet and exceed expectations.
The firm invests in its people, technology and its business to ensure the continued delivery of the quality service that clients have come to expect from the firm. Stewart McKelvey has earned a reputation as a leader in the profession and a supporter of the communities in which we live and work. Our forward thinking perspective results in outperforming expectations.
As a firm, we value diversity and are committed to providing a workplace that fosters a culture of awareness, appreciation and respect. It is our mission to promote diversity and inclusion throughout the firm, to support the diversity initiatives of our clients, and to encourage greater inclusion in our communities through sponsorships and support. It is our belief that diversity and inclusion enhances the delivery of legal services to our clients through the respected and valued input of diverse perspectives, ideas and experiences.
Stewart McKelvey is looking for an Associate Lawyer to join our Immigration team in our Halifax, NS office. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of one year of Immigration experience related to temporary residence permits (work, study, visit); permanent residency applications; citizenship; and immigration advocacy. Candidates with strong interpersonal and communication skills will be given preference. Applicants should outline their demonstrated experience working as part of a Immigration team as well as managing client matters independently.
This is a partnership track role and, as such, candidates must actively participate in client development and corporate social responsibility initiatives.
Stewart McKelvey takes pride in providing exceptional service to our clients and our ability to offer Associates challenging legal work often found only in larger urban centres. We offer a collegial work environment, unsurpassed technical and professional support, a competitive compensation package, and the opportunity to work with some of Atlantic Canada’s leading lawyers.
Interested applicants must be a member in good standing with a Canadian Law Society and should provide a resume and cover letter, including detail on the type of immigration experience the applicant offers by Monday, June 18, 2018 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have specific questions about this role, please contact Susan Hayes at email@example.com or 902.490.8574. All inquiries will be held in strict confidence.
We thank all applicants for their interest. However, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
No agencies please.