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We are currently recruiting for a Temporary Program Lawyer, to work Osgoode Professional Development in the Osgoode Hall Law School for this exciting Contract opportunity.
PLEASE NOTE: This position is located at 1 Dundas Street, West, Toronto.
Do you possess at least 3 years of experience as a practicing lawyer in Canada? Do you possess experience designing and delivering legal-based curriculum? Do you have the ability to handle the development of multiple programs at the same time? Do you have experience with organizing, structuring, and managing the sessions and making up a complete course offering? If so, keep reading!
In this role, you will be responsible for developing and implementing cutting-edge conferences and certificate programs for Osgoode Professional Development's non-degree Continuing Legal Education (CLE) program. The incumbent will plan a required number of days of continuing legal education programming annually in accordance with an approved schedule, including conducting program market research, drafting marketing communications, recruiting speakers and/or instructors, and coordinating the delivery of the program.
To be considered for this opportunity, you will possess:
An LL.B degree, admission to the Bar in a Law Society in Canada. In addition, the successful incumbent will possess 3 years' experience as a practicing lawyer in Canada. Strong communication, planning and organizing skills. Ability to handle the development of multiple programs at the same time. Ability in dealing with potential course directors, instructors, and registrants. Tact in dealings with instructors, registrants, administrative and support staff. Good business judgment on the financial viability of potential programs and the ability to maximize the financial return of programs. Ability to offer excellent customer service to registrants and instructors on the day programs are held.
To apply to this exciting opportunity or for full position details, qualifications and application procedures go to http://webapps.yorku.ca/nonacademicpostings/summary.jsp?postingnumber=10758 and refer to posting# CPM-10758.
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