The Commission is looking for a legal researcher to aid with the second part of its extensive examination of Saskatchewan mortgage legislation, that contains a historic survey of statutory terms affecting mortgages enacted because 1905 and the identification of resources (Hansard, newspaper reports, etc.) that provide background to or explanations of their laws and its modifications. Identification of concurrent laws in states will be required.
Nominees need to have a law degree, and preferably experience in law. Research expertise is required.
It’s expected that operate on this part of the project will take about 50 hours. The Commission would prefer the work to be finished within three months of hiring. Compensation will be negotiated based on experience. This position is not confined by geography, although some traveling to the Legislative Library at Regina ought to be expected.
The researcher will operate under the leadership of the Manager of Research and will report to this Commission.
To learn more, or to utilize a resume and cover letter before Friday, November 8, 2013, please Reché McKeague, Director of Research.