Student Program Overview
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 position, please bring your application package to the attention of J. Douglas Shanks. If you're applying for a summer student, IPC or LPP position, bring your application package to the attention of Donald B. Shanks.
Meet our Students
Mark Doble completed his J.D. at Queen’s University, Faculty of Law, where his passion for corporate law and the related socioeconomic issues blossomed. Prior to Law School, Mark completed his HBASc at Lakehead University, where he focused his studies in Philosophy and the Physical Sciences.
Mark’s professional interests lie in the areas of corporate law and business development, and is especially keen to help the next generation of local entrepreneurs and business founders build their organizations with the proper legal foundation in place. In his spare time, Mark is either cross-country skiing at Kamview or Lappe, playing soccer, computer programming, or hanging out with his wife, friends and family. Mark will be completing his articles at Cheadles LLP, and is eager to grow his practice and career in Thunder Bay.
Kaitlin joined Cheadles LLP in February of 2016, and works with the firm both throughout the school year and as a summer student. She is in her second year of law school at the Bora Laskin Faculty of Law, which specializes in a unique Integrated Practice Curriculum. Kaitlin volunteers with the Ontario Justice Education Network, and spent time with local high school students discussing important legal issues.
Kaitlin holds a Bachelor of Arts degrees in Sociology and in Law and Society. After completing her undergraduate studies, Kaitlin obtained her Paralegal P1 Licence from the Law Society of Upper Canada. Kaitlin worked as a licenced paralegal at a law firm prior to attending law school. Under the supervision of lawyers at Cheadles LLP, Kaitlin is working primarily in Family Law and Civil Litigation.