Our office is always on the lookout for ambitious and hard-working students who have an interest in being part of our team. As a student at Cheadles, you will be given an opportunity to work with our dynamic lawyers in a wide variety of practice areas.
Cheadles aims to create a positive and rewarding experience for all of our students. Whether you’re a summer student, law student, or an articling student, we want to hear from you!
To apply for an articling position, please send an up-to-date Curriculum Vitae, a copy of your most recent law school transcript, and a cover letter telling us about yourself to:
715 Hewitson Street, Suite 2000
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 6B5
If you’re applying for an articling, summer student, IPC or LPP position, bring your application package to the attention of Jordan Lester.
Jeremy Kirk joined Cheadles LLP as a summer student in May 2021. He has completed his second year of law school at the University of Ottawa. Jeremy was born and raised in Thunder Bay.
Jeremy has particular interests in civil litigation and alternative dispute resolution. These interests have led him to compete in both the Rick Weiler Mediation Competition and the Hockey Arbitration Competition of Canada – an international sports law moot. Jeremy hopes to represent Ottawa Law in more moots during his final year of law school. He also serves as a Teaching Assistant.
Jeremy holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, summa cum laude, from the University of North Dakota. Attending on an athletic scholarship, Jeremy was a member of North Dakota’s Division I golf team. He served as team captain during his junior and senior seasons.
In his free time, Jeremy enjoys golfing, cheering on his Toronto Maple Leafs, and spending time with his family and friends.
Jeremy chose to pursue a career in law because of his passion for advocacy. He looks forward to learning from the experienced lawyers and staff at Cheadles LLP.
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