Cohen Highley is a dynamic, full-service law firm committed to providing responsive service and effective solutions. Cohen Highley offers its lawyers and staff a friendly professional atmosphere in which to work. We’re always “in the market” to expand our firm with dedicated and talented people. We offer prospective employees competitive salaries and compensation packages, as well as a friendly work environment. Anyone wishing to provide us with a resume in anticipation of future positions can send their resume to the attention of Crystal West. Your resume will be kept on file for three months in anticipation of future employment.
We would like to hear from you if you are a highly motivated individual with experience to work within various departments in our office. Excellent organizational and communication skills, as well as experience with Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2010, are essential for our very busy working environment. Candidates must also have experience in the legal field.
If you wish to send your resume for us to keep on file for three months, please fax or e-mail your resume to the attention of:
Cohen Highley LLP
One London Place, 255 Queens Ave., 11th Floor
London, ON N6A 5R8
Tel: 519 672-9330
Fax: 519 672-5960
Cohen Highley LLP encourages a workplace in which all employees can reach their full potential. We are committed to doing what is necessary to attract the brightest, most creative and dedicated people to join our team. Our commitment begins at the application stage, continues through the interview process and afterwards. Accommodation and accessibility are ongoing commitments to ensure that new and existing employees are able to provide the best possible services to our clients.
Our recruitment process is designed to be fully accessible and we accept applications from all qualified individuals. Where accommodation is required during the recruitment process, it shall be provided in a way that respects the dignity and independence of persons with disabilities. Accommodation during the recruitment process may include, but is not limited to, providing and receiving information and documents in accessible formats (i.e. fax, e-mail, diskette or in person) and the use of assistive devices and/or service animals. Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact Crystal West as per above or our AODA Compliance Officer.