Employment LawyerJuly 7, 2017
Rubin Thomlinson LLP is an employment law firm that provides its clients with optimal legal solutions to challenging workplace issues. Our growing and diverse practice includes advising large international employers, mid-sized businesses, small family-owned enterprises, new start-up and entrepreneurial ventures, senior executives, and other management-level employees.
We are looking for an exceptional employment lawyer with a minimum of 4 – 7 years of employment law experience to join our firm. The ideal candidate will have experience advising clients in the private practice setting and representing clients in employment related litigation matters. The candidate will also have strong written and oral advocacy skills, good judgment, and an ability to manage files autonomously. WSIA and Occupational Health and Safety Act experience is also desirable.
We invite qualified candidates only to forward their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org to Patrizia Piccolo’s attention.
Learn more about us by visiting rubinthomlinson.com.www.rubinthomlinson.com
Rubin Thomlinson was founded with the goal of giving employers the support they need to respond to legal issues practically and effectively; to develop preventative strategies to help minimize problems in the first place; and to help employees navigate the employment law issues they encounter as they progress through their careers. Our clients are both employers and employees from across the GTA and Ontario. This makes us better lawyers because we are able to understand all of the issues that arise in the workplace. Twelve years later, that’s still our goal and what continues to motivate us. As Toronto’s leading employment law firm, we are home to a group of highly experienced lawyers who are dedicated to finding optimal legal solutions to your challenging workplace issues. Toronto employment lawyers and founding partners of the firm, Janice Rubin and Christine Thomlinson, are also frequently engaged to solve ongoing disputes in workplaces across Canada as third party neutrals, either as workplace investigators or mediators.