Corporate Law Clerk - Permanent - 13251
About the Opportunity
Our client is a National law firm located in downtown Ottawa. There is an immediate need for an experienced corporate law clerk to join their business law group on a full-time, permanent basis.
Duties include but are not limited to:
- Assisting with the preparation of corporate and closing documents for financings and acquisitions
- Assisting with the preparation of documents for general corporate matters including incorporations, amendments, dissolutions and other reorganizations
- Maintaining and updating corporate minute books, as well as conducting minute book reviews
- Maintaining and updating lists of active and inactive companies
- Assisting with conducting corporate due diligence
- Assisting with extra-provincial, business name, partnership and other registrations
- Performing corporate and PPSA searches and filings
The successful candidate will have the following:
- Law Clerk Diploma/Certificate
- Three to five years of related experience
- Understanding and familiarity of corporate statutes (OBCA, CBCA, not-for-profit, non-share capital corporate statutes (Federal and Ontario)) and other applicable policies and procedures
- Knowledge of EnAct an asset
- Excellent writing skills required to draft documents, reports and correspondence
- Strong organizational skills and ability to effectively manage conflicting documents
- Bilingualism would be considered an asset
How to Apply
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Thank you for your interest in this role. One of our Recruiters will be in touch with you if your profile meets the requirements for the role and the expectations of our clients. Please note that all candidates must be permitted to work in Canada to be considered for this opportunity.