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Criminal Defence Attorney

At Smordin Law we make your articling experience one to remember. As a Criminal Defence Attorney in our Hamilton Office you will be at court almost daily. You will have opportunities to make submissions and draft pleadings on behalf of clients of the firm. You will participate in all aspects of criminal defence law from bail hearings to trials. In 2015, we have opened this experience to law school graduates who are participating in the Law Practice Program at Ryerson University.

The Articling Program requires candidates to work consecutively for 10 months with an approved Articling Principal. The Smordin Law Criminal Attorney Articling Program will provide an in depth daily hands on experience as a Criminal Attorney appearing before the Ontario Court of Justice throughout Hamilton, Brantford, Guelph, Oakville, Kitchener, Milton, Cayuga, St. Catharines, Welland, Simcoe, and Brampton.

Real Defence Attorney Experience

Smordin Law Criminal Attorneys actively has hundreds of active cases that encompass a vast breadth of different types of cases and circumstances.  Articling students should prepared to offer dedication and commitment of hard work an tireless effort in defend the rights of our clients in the Ontario Court of Justice and support the efforts of Senior Criminal Defence Attorneys on the Smordin Law team in their advocacy work in the Superior Court of Justice and the Appeals Court of Ontario.

All of out articling positions work out of our office in Hamilton Ontario a mid sized city in Southern Ontario just 40 minutes outside Toronto on Lake Ontario

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In addition to providing placements for law school graduates, we also mentor Paralegal students who require a co-op placement. During this experience you will
be exposed to the
daily runnings of a law firm, legal research and drafting. We have successfully mentored paralegals since 2013. We prideourselves in making your experience well rounded.

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