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Nelligan Law is not your average law firm. This is an innovative and progressive firm where lawyers and staff have the opportunity to work together and grow their careers as valued members of a team of talented professionals in a cooperative and flexible working environment.

When you work for Nelligan Law, you work with some of the best lawyers, consultants, and business professionals in Canada, but that is just the beginning of our story. We hire individuals who have a broad range of experience and can bring a fresh perspective to their role through their involvement in the community outside of work. Our talented team is known for their professionalism, straight talk, and approachability.

Each law firm has its own unique character and approach to legal work. We take pride in valuing diversity and respecting the unique contributions that each employee makes to the work we do for clients every day. We also have a welcoming culture where employees want to come in to work to do their jobs every day and often stay over the long-term. We maintain and support our sense of teamwork through firm activities like our annual retreat, practice group and department meetings, and our many social and community activities.

Nelligan Law supports and promotes diversity, equity and inclusion throughout our entire organization with our employees and partners and in our service to our communities. Read our complete statement on Diversity and Inclusion here.

Nelligan Law is recognized as one of the National Capital Region's Top Employers

We asked some of our employees about their experience working at Nelligan Law – here’s what they had to say:

Apply for a meaningful career with our firm by clicking on available job postings below. Find out about our articling opportunities by clicking here

If you don’t see an opening below that’s the right fit for you, please send your resume in confidence to We are always looking for talented people to join our team. 

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