The Legal Project and Research Coordinator (LPRC) plays a critical role in the development and management of ULCC projects for the Civil Section and is an experienced legal professional with a proven record in law reform and/or policy development. Reporting to the Executive Committee and working closely with the Chair of the Advisory Committee on Program Development and Management and the Chair of the Civil Section, the LPRC initiates and supports the planning, execution, implementation, and evaluation of Civil Section and joint Civil-Criminal Section projects.

This is a part-time, remote, contract position to Dec. 21, 2025, with possibility of renewal. While time commitments may fluctuate during the year, work hours are expected to average 20 to 24 hours/week. Compensation will be in the range of $60K-$75K/year, depending on qualifications and experience. Candidates may be located anywhere in Canada.

Legal training (law degree or paralegal diploma) and legal experience required.

Application Deadline: May 29, 2023 Learn More