Weymouth, Nova Scotia



Friday, September 23, 2018


Parks & Benton Law Firm, Inc.
P.O. Box 70
Ottawa, Ontario
Z9K 4H2


Dear Mr. Benton,


 Tell me and I forget; show me and I remember; involve me and I understand.” (Author unknown) I am applying to fill your vacant position of Criminal Lawyer within your organization.


I am a go-getter who enjoys working with people and getting them what is right. I believe that these qualities will help your firm obtain the business it deserves.


As well, I am a member of the Canadian Bar Association and the Barrister’s Society of Ontario. In addition, I am also fluent in the French language.


“Wela’lin” -- Thank you for your time.





Carmen Rebecca Trask





Enclosure: resume

Carmen Rebecca Trask

Weymouth, NS     B0W







To gain permanent employment as a Criminal Lawyer.


Volunteer Experience

Congress of Aboriginal Peoples National Youth Council

  • Executive Steering Committee Member
  • Communications Officer
  • Representative for Nova Scotia 2003-2005


Native Council of Nova Scotia

  • Youth Council President 2004-2005
  • Youth Council Vice President 2003-2004
  • Youth Representative for Digby/Annapolis counties 2003-2005
  • Secretary for Digby/Annapolis counties 2003-2005


Work Experience


B&B&C Law Firm         Halifax, NS    2017-2018

  • Worked as an articling student



Dalhousie University – Dalhousie Law School Halifax, NS   2019-2016

  • Graduated in 2016.


Dalhousie University       Halifax, NS        2006-2019

  • Bachelor of Laws completed in 2010.

St. Mary’s Bay Academy  St. Bernard, NS 2002-2006

  • High School Diploma received in June 2006.




And Awards

  • Congress of Aboriginal Peoples National Youth Leadership Development Workshop
  • Native Council of Nova Scotia Education Fund Leadership Award
  • Bar Admissions Course
  • Red Cross First Aid




Available upon request.