Rosenberg Law Careers


Rosenberg Law always considers applications from talented lawyers or students with exceptional academic backgrounds or clerkships. If you are interested in joining our team, please contact us, in confidence, at [email protected].


CURRENT: We are currently seeking a hybrid paralegal/office manager to join our management. The ideal candidate will have a broad understanding of the needs of a busy boutique litigation practice. We are fortunate to have a terrific working environment, with a talented and fun team, and are looking for that right person who is excited about what we do and who has big, bold ideas for our future. We regularly handle high-profile cases and, as such, the preferred candidate will feel comfortable coordinating our national media strategy, including preparing press releases and responding to and liaising with concerned media outlets.

There is no application deadline for this position. We will wait until we find the right person. Please send your information, in confidence, to [email protected]

Rosenberg Law
671D Market Hill
Vancouver, British Columbia
V5Z 4B5

[email protected]
Tel: 604-879-4505
Fax: 604-879-4934

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