Diverse group of co-workers.

Thank you for your interest in Franklin Law.

Before you consider working at Franklin Law, it is important for you to understand what you might be getting yourself into.

Working at Franklin Law requires a steadfast commitment to social justice-and collaborative-lawyering.  It requires a commitment to working with employees even when the law itself may be unjust, your adversaries are powerful and the odds of success are low.  It is a rewarding yet sometimes daunting and humbling pursuit particularly ill-suited to those who are uncomfortable with the prospect of speaking truth to power or challenging the status quo.  If you are still interested in applying for a position, please send a cover letter and resume to our office at employment@franklinlaw.ca.

Law students interested in working at Franklin Law should take a moment to read Professor Quigley’s article, Letter to a Law Student interested in Social Justice, before applying.