Join Canada’s Largest Legal Organization!

The Department of Justice Canada is currently recruiting talented, skilled and passionate Paralegal graduates!

Then make a difference and consider a career with Canada’s legal team!

What can you expect as a paralegal in federal government?

The Department of Justice Canada is involved in virtually every area of law, across the country, and within some 40 federal departments and agencies. We are responsible for all litigation by or against the government, and support the Attorney General as the Chief Law Officer of the Crown.

Paralegals working within the Department of Justice Canada have an opportunity to gain valuable work experience in the law field and to build a stimulating career within the federal public service.

Under the guidance of a legal professional, paralegals perform a variety of tasks in different areas of law, including performing extensive legal research, compiling documents for court proceedings or for client consultation files, drafting court documents for filing before administrative tribunals, Federal Courts and Provincial Courts, applying appropriate rules and procedures when managing a legal file, identifying important dates and court deadlines, analyzing and interpreting legal precedents and drafting case summaries, reviewing and analyzing legal issues, providing trial assistance, liaising with clients, and organizing information from clients, governmental or other institutions.

Why should you join Canada’s legal team?

Competitive Salaries and Benefits:
Including pension, supplemental health insurance, dental care, maternity and parental leave benefits, and vacation days. For more information on salaries, please consult the annual rates of pay for the EC group.
Work as a Team in a Dynamic Environment:
Collaborate with other professionals in the legal and non-legal field across the Federal government.
Career Advancement:
Access to mentors as well as ample learning and professional development opportunities.
Location, location, location:
A headquarters in Ottawa, 6 regional offices and sub-offices across the country.
Make a difference:
Your hard work directly affects the lives of Canadians.                     

How do I get started?