Goldblatt Partners is looking for a pension & benefits lawyerNovember 25, 2019
Goldblatt Partners LLP is one of Canada’s leading labour and employment boutiques, representing trade unions and employees. The lawyers in our pension and benefits group are a vital part of our broad labour and employment law practice. They advise trade unions and individuals regarding all aspects of single employer pension plans, advise the trustees of multi-employer pension and benefit plans, and litigate pension and trust matters before administrative and regulatory tribunals and the courts.
We are seeking a junior associate to join the pension and benefits group. The ideal candidate will have one to three years of direct experience in pensions and benefits law, and excellent legal drafting and writing skills. They will preferably have technical knowledge of pension standards legislation in Ontario or other Canadian jurisdictions, and experience working with pension plan administrators, such as a boards of trustees or pension committees. Some litigation experience, and pension and benefits tax knowledge are also desirable.
The successful candidate will join our Toronto office, where they will work closely with, and learn from, our senior pension and benefits lawyers. If your career aspirations include a concentration in pension and benefits law, and you would like to work in a progressive and collegial environment with excellent growth opportunities, this may be the position for you. Find out more about Goldblatt Partners here.
Please apply by sending a copy of your resume, law school transcripts and writing sample to the attention of Susan Philpott.
Goldblatt Partners is committed to a culture of diversity and inclusion, and we encourage members of all equity-seeking groups to apply.
For over 40 years Goldblatt Partners has helped trade unions blaze a trail for working people in Ontario. While labour law remains our core practice area, we also have thriving civil litigation and Aboriginal rights practices and represent clients in a variety of other types of disputes, including constitutional and human rights law, criminal law, public interest litigation, and professional regulation and discipline matters.