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We Are Lawyers Who Understand Lawyers

The Heller Group Legal and Executive Search is a Toronto based legal recruitment firm specializing in the placement of lawyers. We attract top legal talent across Canada and internationally. Our legal recruiters are all experienced lawyers who provide a deep understanding of the legal search and recruitment process to law firms and corporations seeking to add a lawyer to their organization, or to candidates contemplating a career move.

The Heller Group’s experienced legal recruitment professionals and our comprehensive process, which includes headhunting and over 18 years of experience, distinguish us from other recruiters. As a leading Canadian legal recruitment agency, our headhunters are renowned for service excellence and focusing on finding the right fit for our clients and candidates. Read what our clients and candidates say about us.

Featured Opportunities

In House
General Counsel

The Ontario Cannabis Store is seeking a General Counsel to join its newly established team in downtown Toronto. This is an exciting opportunity to work at the intersection of regulatory, policy and business issues and help shape the future of a new industry.


Labour & Employment

A leading national firm is seeking a junior labour and employment partner or senior associate with 8 to 12 years of experience. The successful candidate will be the successor to a well established practice and will have the opportunity to develop into a leader in the group.


Corporate Lawyers

Consistently ranked as one of Canada’s leading business law firms, Osler is seeking to add new talent to its Corporate group. This is an exceptional opportunity for candidates with 3 to 5 years of corporate/securities experience to join a growing and collaborative team.


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Call Me Part 2: The Video Interview

As companies become more global, it can be difficult to schedule high level executives for face to face interviews in a timely manner and these video tools help solve that problem. The key to remember when asked to do a video interview is to not let the technology (or any technology-related issues you encounter) act as a barrier to making a connection with your interviewer.

Call Me: The Art of the Phone Interview

Although these phone interviews may be shorter and seem more informal than the in-person interview, which is considered to be the main event, do not make the mistake of treating them as a warm-up.