articled clerk

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articled clerk

[ˈɑːtɪkldˌklɑːk] N (Brit) → pasante mf
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In 1934, Kauko Maki joined the firm as an articling student.
The coveted articling student positions are traditionally filled in the summer season and usually last for a period of one year.
The law firm is committed to providing a proactive learning experience for all of its articling students, exposing them to the multitude of practice areas that Vogel LLP lawyers have expertise in.
True, today's articling student and junior lawyer is hardly the early twentieth century step-and-fetch-it, "honoured" simply to carry "his chief's red brief bag.
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com)-- Vogel LLP announced that Aida Rafie will be an articling student for the next year.
The full-service law firm, which has a satellite office in Ottawa where Riopelle spends the majority of his time, has 10 lawyers (two in Ottawa), one articling student and a support staff of 16.
I started my law career in May 2000 as an articling student at the firm of Williams & Company (recently merged with Field Atkinson Perraton LLP).
The author wishes to thank John Kleefeld, articling student at Lawson, Lundell, Lawson & McIntosh for his assistance in obtaining the Court Order in the Coratec decision and review of this article.
She also mentors articling students at Student Legal Assistance through the University of Calgary s Faculty of Law and currently serves as vice president of her community association.
The case I noted up was mentioned in a previous legal memoranda produced by one of our former articling students back in 2002.
The LPP will expose licensing candidates to practice areas where there is a great need for new lawyers, such as family, immigration and criminal law, as well as in small firms and non-profit organizations that traditionally cannot afford articling students.