Where* do associates go to become top advocates? Lenczner Slaght. We are focused exclusively on litigation and advocacy, and so are our associates. As a Lenczner Slaght associate, you will attend trials, motions, appeals, arbitrations and hearings before a wide range of courts and regulatory tribunals. By providing you with major responsibility in high-value stimulating work from the get-go is how the best§ associates grow into expert litigators. We are looking for associates who personally and professionally demonstrate drive, resourcefulness and leadership. We expect associates to have a keen interest in litigation and the ability to get up on their feet right away. At Canada’s leading litigation firm, we provide real courtroom experience and plenty of it. Our work includes high-quality, challenging, and interesting cases that help you get better‡ both inside and outside the courtroom. At Lenczner Slaght, associates work side by side with our highly experienced partners who are the best in the business. With our strong emphasis on mentorship and team work, good lawyers become great lawyers at every level. If you want to become an expert litigator at the top of your field, Lenczner Slaght is the place to be. .
We are always on the lookout for new colleagues.
In addition to the articling students who join our firm as associates, Lenczner Slaght also recruits promising associates and counsel who have begun their careers at other firms or organizations and wish to have the litigation experience that Lenczner Slaght provides. We offer the opportunity to work alongside and learn from some of Canada's most highly regarded litigators. Like everyone at our firm, new lawyers sharpen their advocacy skills by getting as much experience as possible in the courtroom – acting for a diverse array of clients.
In light of COVID-19 we are not actively recruiting. We are happy to receive your application and keep it on file for review when we recommence our recruitment activities. Please click here to submit your documents.
Applications should be addressed to:
Director of Legal Recruitment and Development