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External Job Search Engines

Vous pouvez trouver ci-dessous une sélection non-exhaustive de moteurs de recherche et de sites Web proposant des renseignements utiles dans votre recherche d’emploi. Veuillez noter que certains sites nécessitent de s’inscrire pour accéder aux offres.  

    • École du Barreau du Québec: Propose une liste des offres de stages mise en ligne par différents employeurs. Possibilité d’affiner la recherche par domaine du droit, type d’organisations (cabinet privé, organisme public ou centre communautaire par exemple) et région.
    • The Law Society of Upper Canada’s Articling Registry: Create an account, post a profile and search for available articling opportunities using various search criteria (e.g., geographic location, available start date, area of practice). 
    • Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch: This is an online Articling Registry for law students and BC lawyers. It enables to look for articling positions by location, timeframe, and area of practice. Firms and students can post positions sought, resumes and available articles.
    • Total Legal Jobs: An online job board dedicated to legal jobs in Canada. For lawyers, in-house counsel, paralegals, law clerks, legal administrative assistants, litigation support staff, articling students, etc.
    • Legal Aid Ontario: A list of job postings with Legal Aid Ontario, including articling positions.
    • Internship Offices Network: The coordinating body for the various units of the McGill faculties that organize and provide internship opportunities, both on campus and in partner organizations.
    • Legal Jobs Canada: An new online job board dedicated to legal jobs in Canada. Mostly Law Clerk and Legal Assistant postings, but there are some lawyer openings.
    • Jobs-Emplois: Le site Web centralisé pour trouver un emploi au sein du service public fédéral. La plupart des agences et des ministères y mettent en ligne leurs offres.
    • Ministry of Attorney General Ontario: The list of articling opportunities with the Ontario Attorney General.

    Information

    • ABA Job Board: Allows to create a profile, upload a résumé and search for jobs across the U.S.  In addition, the website enables users to track the status of their applications, manage privacy settings, and be notified when jobs that match their search criteria become available.
    • LawCrossing: Legal job search engine for employment in virtually all fields of practice within the United States. Provides a free 7-day trial when you first log-in.
    • LawJobs: Allows you to browse job offers by category, location, and employer.
    • Legal Careers: A job search engine for law professionals.
    • Alternative Lawyer Jobs: This website targets people who are not interested in private practice and who would rather prefer in-house counsel, government and non-profit positions.
    • Martindale Careers: Listings of jobs, primarily in the U.S., although some international positions can also be found.
    • European Union - European Personnel Selection Office: The EPSO is the centralized recruitment website for European Union institutions and agencies.
    • UNjobs: This website indexes a host of U.N. jobs and internships from different U.N. organizations and departments.
    • EuroBrussels: A search engine for jobs in Europe, including E.U. institutions and international organizations. It includes both legal and non-legal jobs.
    • RollonFriday: In addition to being a primarily UK job search tool, RollonFriday also provides news, views and gossip on the legal profession. Updated frequently.
    • The Lawyer: Similar to RollonFriday, The Lawyer's "Jobs" section focuses on the UK. Nevertheless, its "News" section is quite comprehensive for all regions of the globe.
    • The Canadian Bar Association Young Lawyers International Program: Young lawyers are placed in seven and a half-month internships (they are overseas for between six and a half to seven months) to work with human rights legal organizations in developing countries.
    • PSJD: Opportunities in this public interest and government database include internships, postgraduate fellowships, and a wide variety of permanent positions. PSJD also includes over 11,000 organizational profiles for non-profit, government, and other public interest employers spanning the globe. Yet, it has better coverage of some countries than others.
    • Idealist.org: Comprehensive listing of public interest positions, both legal and non-legal, all over the world.  Searchable by subject matter, country, type of position, and other categories.
    • Lawyers Without Borders: This website provides job postings from Lawyers Without Borders and other employers.
    • ReliefWeb: Lots of field positions for mostly humanitarian and some human rights jobs.
    • DevNet Jobs: Job listings in the international development field, including many positions related to human rights.
    • Human Rights Jobs: Job postings from all over the world. It includes the possibility to post one’s résumé.
    • University Affairs: The main academic job listing for Canada.
    • AcademicKeys: This website is a tool for students and alumni looking for academic positions, post-doctoral work or senior administrative positions at universities.
    • The Chronicle of Higher Education Career Network: This website offers an updated job database searchable by discipline or region, and lists available academic positions all over the world.
    • Legal Scholarship Network: This website is a subdivision of the Social Sciences Network. It contains a job posting section, with positions updated by month. Contains offers from universities all over the world.
    • The Times Higher Education Supplement: Lists jobs for professors and lecturers, particularly in the U.K.  It also lists all university related positions such as librarian, research fellow, administrative staff, etc.
    • Jobs.ac.uk: A U.K. website listings jobs in academia.
    • UniversityJobs.com: Job postings of administrative, faculty, and post-doctoral positions in universities all around the world.
    • TedJob.com: Allows to browse jobs by faculty, administrative and executive positions.
    • Monster: Possibility to post a résumé and browse jobs by many criteria, including location, date posted and job type.
    • Jobboom.com: Allows to make search by region, industry and employer.
    • Job Rapido: Enables jobseekers to find jobs posted on several web sites in one single search.
    • Service Canada Job Bank : Site Web à accès centralisé pour l'affichage des offres d'emploi, dans toutes les provinces, dans le secteur public comme privé.
    • Eluta.ca: Searches positions recently advertised on employers’ website.
    • Workopolis: Allows to browse jobs posted by category and city and to post a résumé.
    • CareerJet: References job listings originating from job boards, recruitment agency websites and large specialist recruitment sites.
    • Twitter Job Search: Searches job offers advertised on Twitter.
    • Neuvoo Legal Job Search: Job search engine that indexes jobs directly for free from companies' career websites, placement agencies and job boards.