Lawyer Employment Opportunity


Huckabone O’Brien Instance Bradley is a small established full service law firm located in Pembroke, Ontario.   We are seeking two to three lawyers in different practice areas, general litigation, family law, criminal law, real estate, business law and wills and estates.  All experience levels will be considered.  Any type of arrangement (associate position, rental only, virtual office meeting space etc.) is open for discussion.  This is a wonderful opportunity as we have a significant clientele with a need for lawyers.

Please send your application in strict confidence by email to  or fax resumes to 613-735-0920.  Please visit our website at to inquire about our firm.

Association Scholarship Winner

The Renfrew County Law Association is pleased to award the 2018 scholarship to Mr. Robert M. Murphy.  Congratulations to Robert.

Will Check – Wills Registry for Ontario

We’re pleased to announce that, a Wills Registry for Ontario, is now open for use by lawyers across the province! Will Check is an initiative by the County of Carleton Law Association, funded in part by the Federation of Law Associations (FOLA), to keep track of will location information to assist in future retrieval. You can register a will individually or send them a batch file of information on several clients. They do not store the will itself, just information on where it can be located, and they provide a release form your clients can sign to approve having their will registered on the site. There is no fee for this service. Check it out at!

Law Office Rental

Furnished law office space for rent in a high profile law office building in  Pembroke.  This space is within the offices of an established and busy law firm.  Includes private office and parking, and shared use and access to common areas including reception, kitchen, and meeting room.  Possible referrals.  Suitable for a new call or junior lawyer.  Rent negotiable.  Apply in writing to Kelly + Kelly Lawyers Professional Corporation.  Address your application to Christopher B. Kelly: