A deeply rooted Halifax Firm.
Ritch Williams & Richards is a boutique insurance law firm with deep Halifax roots that can be traced back to the late 1940s. Today, our tight-knit team of knowledgeable and experienced lawyers are supported by a diverse cast of legal analysts, assistants, and support staff.
While we practice and specialize in insurance and marine law, we are first and foremost in the relationship business. We strive to get to know all of our clients on a personal and professional level.
At our firm, you can look forward to a professional yet casual working environment. We support each other in the celebration of our individual and group accomplishments. And we encourage our team members to pursue their passions while offering ample opportunity for personal growth and professional development.
We are not looking to add any positions at this time.
How to apply
In addition to our current openings, we’re always looking for talented and dedicated team players. If you think you’d be a great fit for our team, we’d love to hear from you. Please send a brief introduction and resume to [email protected]. Follow us on LinkedIn to stay up to date on the latest job opportunities.
2023 Summer Student and Articling Program
We are proud to participate in the law student hiring process, and to grow our firm while nurturing the next generation of legal experts. We look forward to participating in the interview process at the University of New Brunswick Law School and Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law in January 2024.
If you are interested in a summer student or articling position with us, we encourage you to reach out to your school’s Career Development Office to learn more about the application process.
Welcoming Our 2023 Summer Students
We are thrilled to welcome our 2023 summer student, Nicole DeLuca.
About Nicole Deluca
Nicole is a dedicated law student with a strong educational background in Kinesiology and Disability Management. She completed her initial two years of study at Capilano University in Vancouver before transferring to Dalhousie University, where she is currently pursuing her law degree.
Throughout her time at law school, Nicole has been involved with the Dalhousie Law Journal, the Law Student Society’s Publication Committee, a Pro Bono project with Sport NS, and the Public Policy and Law Society.
Outside of her academic pursuits, Nicole has a passion for reading and knitting. She enjoys baking gluten-free breads, desserts, and pastries.
Welcoming Back Our 2023 Articling Clerks
Welcoming back our 2023/2024 articling clerks, Katherine Stevenson and Mashhal Junaid.
About Katherine Stevenson
Growing up in a musical family, Katherine has always been immersed in the performing arts, and continues to dance and teach dances classes during her spare time. Originally from Atlantic Canada she enjoys being by the ocean, painting the scenery, and going on hikes to explore the coastline.
Katherine recently graduated from the joint Master of Public Administration program at Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law. She is a co-founder and current executive member of Schulich Dance Society. She is also a co-host of the “The Legal Activist”, a podcast by Schulich’s Social Activist Law Students Association.
About Mashhal Junaid
Mashhal recently graduated from Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law. She adores all things four-legged and will happily stop to pet every dog she encounters. Mashhal loves to take pictures, travel, and relax with a good book or movie. Pro-tip: talk about Harry Potter, the latest fashions, or ask about her pets and she will never stop talking.
Mashhal has a background in social media management. She has drafted content for nationally recognized social media influencers, developed advertisement and engagement strategies and cultivated brand awareness.