Legal Aid Ontario is an exciting, dynamic and rewarding place to work. From lawyers, paralegals and staff workers in courthouses across the province to policy advisors working with vulnerable client groups, our staff enjoy meaningful careers helping low‑income Ontarians receive access to justice.
In addition to legal positions we have opportunities available in information technology, project management, communications, client services and more.
Current Legal Aid Ontario job opportunities
How to apply:
Upload your resume and any other supporting documents and create a user profile.
- Once you have created a profile, you can log in anytime to see the status of your application(s), update your information, apply for other positions and add skills and other supporting documents.
Your application must demonstrate how you meet the requirements of the position you are applying for.
We thank all those who apply, but only candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted.
Legal Aid Ontario encourages applicants from equity seeking groups, including but not limited to individuals who are First Nations, Inuit or Métis descent, persons with disabilities, women, members of racialized communities and the 2SLGBTQ+ community. We recognize the value of diversity, equity and inclusion and are committed to addressing systemic barriers, and attracting and retaining diverse staff. All interested and eligible people will be considered, with due consideration to all protected grounds under the Ontario Human Rights Code.
Our recruitment process reflects our commitment to diversity and inclusion. Accommodation is available under the Ontario Human Rights Code.
LAO is an equal opportunity employer. All information collected is confidential to Legal Aid Ontario and is handled in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
For more information, contact our Human Resources department at email@example.com.
Other employment opportunities
The positions below are for opportunities currently available outside of LAO at various community and specialty legal clinics located throughout the province, as well as legal aid organizations across Canada. Legal clinics function independently, under the guidance of their respective boards of directors. All criteria and hiring decisions for the postings below are those of the organization or clinic hosting the position.
|Community Development Worker||Don Valley Community Legal Services (DVCLS)||$65,000 – $80,000||July 29||Aug. 26|