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BRAZEAU SELLER LAW - Ottawa, Ontario

http://www.brazeauseller.com

Recruitment & Hiring

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  1st Yr. Summer 2nd Yr. Summer Articling Students
Do you hire: No Yes Yes
How many did you/will you hire for:
2017 0 2 2
2018 0 2 2
2019 2 2
2020
2021
Rotation N/A No Yes
Split/Secondment No No Case-by-Case

First Year Summer Students

FIRST YEAR SUMMER STUDENTS:

Do you recruit first year summer students?
No
When is the application deadline for first year summer students? 0
When is the interviewing period? 0
Do you participate in on-campus interview (OCI) programs to fill such positions? No
Description of first year summer program: n/a
Comments n/a

Second Year Summer Students

SECOND YEAR SUMMER STUDENTS:

Do you recruit second year summer students?
Yes
When is the application deadline for second year summer students? January (date set by Ottawa employers & LSUC)
When is the interviewing period? February (interview weeks agreed upon by Ottawa employers and LSO)
Do you participate in on-campus interview (OCI) programs to fill such positions? No
Description of the second year summer program BRAZEAU SELLER LAW has an excellent summer student program for students that are looking for hands-on experience. Although the summer employment is only a few months, we ensure that each student receives exposure to all of our practice areas.
Comments n/a

OCIs

Will you be participating in OCIs this year? No
Schools:

Other Campus Recruiting

We will be recruiting students from the following law schools (outside of the OCI process) Dalhousie University, Dalhousie Law
McGill University, Faculty of Law
Lakehead University
Osgoode Hall Law School, York University
Queen's University, Faculty of Law
Thompson Rivers University
Université de Moncton, École de droit
Université de Montréal, Faculté de droit
Université de Sherbrooke, Faculté de droit
Université du Québec à Montréal, Département des sciences juridiques
Université Laval, Faculté de droit
University of Alberta, Faculty of Law
University of British Columbia, Faculty of Law
University of Calgary, Faculty of Law
University of Manitoba, Faculty of Law
University of New Brunswick, Faculty of Law
University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section
Université d’Ottawa, Faculté de droit, Section de droit civil
University of Saskatchewan, College of Law
University of Toronto, Faculty of Law
University of Victoria, Faculty of Law
University of Western Ontario, Faculty of Law
University of Windsor, Faculty of Law
Comments Although we will not be attending the Career Fairs at all universities, we welcome student applications from all schools.
2018 2019
No. of 1st Year Summer Students 0 0
No. of 1st Year Summer Students Offered Articling Positions (region dependent) 0 0
No. of 2nd Year Summer Students 2 2
No. of 2nd Year Summer Students Offered Articling Positions 2 2
Quebec: Number of future articling students working as a 2nd year summer student
Atlantic: No. of articling students hired during 2nd year January recruitment
No. of additional articling students hired (in some regions, in addition to students hired through the summer process) 0 0


For Quebec and Atlantic Employers: Do you allow your articling students hired to work for you during their second year summer?

Articling Students

When do you hire articling students? June each year
Do you still have any articling positions open for this year (starting 2019)? No
Do you anticipate having articling positions open for next year (starting in 2020) for external candidates outside of your current student hires (if any)? No
If so, how many positions do you anticipate having for external candidates?
Do you allow students to work during the licensing process in your jurisdiction? Case-by-Case
Description of articling program Our articling students have the opportunity to work directly with clients on certain files. The students have varied involvement in muliple areas of practice. The students have a lot of opportunity to learn and develop their skills in a wide range of areas.
Comments n/a

Internships

Do you offer internships? Yes
If so, when should students apply? Any time throughout the year

Summer/Articling

Do you accept applications for summer/articling positions from foreign trained students/lawyers? Yes
If yes, do applicants need to have an Assessment Report from the National Committee on Accreditation (in Québec, an attestation from le Barreau du Québec) before applying? Case-by-Case
Comments

Required Application Materials

Required Application Materials Resume
cover letter
post secondary transcripts
law school transcripts
Comments Reference letters are not required, but suggested.

Preferred Method of Application

Preferred Method of Application viDesktop Portal
Email
Comments
2018 2019
How many articling students did you offer a first year lawyer position? 2
How many articling students in your articling program were seeking a position? 2
How many additional first year associates did you hire outside of your articling student program? 1
How many of the additional students clerked? 0