Are you looking for a new challenge in a role that expands the way you use your legal training and experience? The Law Society is looking for a bright, creative, and collegial lawyer to join our entrepreneurial team in legal education. The Associate Counsel, Content and Planning, Continuing Professional Development (CPD) will develop creative and innovative content for delivery in programs and other media, including digital learning, in a broad range of substantive, procedural and practice management areas. We support the Law Society’s goals to maintain and enhance competence for all LSO members through the provision of ongoing legal education that members can use to better serve their clients and all Ontarians.
The Associate Counsel, Content and Planning, Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is responsible for developing creative and innovative content for delivery in programs and other media, including digital learning efforts, in a broad range of substantive, procedural and practice management areas, supporting the organization’s goals of maintaining and enhancing competence by providing relevant and practical education to members. Identifies emerging issues and opportunities to further learning efforts and actively participates in a team response to these emerging issues and trends by planning original programs for LSO members and curating existing CPD programs and content material into new and/or abridged content for LSO members. The Associate Counsel, CPD works closely with the Director, CPD, with the CPD Managers and with other CPD Counsel, as well as practitioner-volunteers to assess market needs, conceive and develop original programs and to modify, edit and refashion existing program content into new learning vehicles, ensuring quality of delivery and accessibility, and to develop and maintain new initiatives in professional learning modalities and content.
*By submitting your application for employment, you agree to a clearance check of your regulatory history with the Law Society, and to the use of this information in assessing suitability for employment at the Law Society.
Client / Customer Service Planning
Client / Customer Service Delivery
Relationship and Alliance Building
The Law Society has introduced a Distributed Workforce Model to leverage flexibility and agility, and to maximize employee productivity and engagement. Work arrangements will be determined by role and departmental requirements. The working arrangement for this position has been classified as hybrid, where the employee will regularly flex their work location between home and office. The specific application of this will be communicated to applicants contacted during the recruitment process.