Litigation LawyerJanuary 12, 2021
Hicks Morley is Canada’s largest management-side labour and employment firm. Our civil litigators are well-known for skilled and effective advocacy, built through our frequent appearances before the provincial and federal courts at all levels. The range of matters that we have appeared on as counsel is as diverse as our practice areas, and includes: class actions; wrongful dismissal actions; restrictive covenants and unfair competition claims; labour and civil injunctions; judicial review applications and appellate advocacy; human rights and Charter litigation; disputes relating to pension, benefits and executive compensation; business law and employment-related shareholder disputes; commercial contract disputes; privacy claims; disciplinary proceedings; and regulatory litigation before the courts and tribunals.
We are currently seeking an associate with 5 to 10 years of demonstrated litigation or advocacy experience to join our Toronto office. Civil and labour injunction experience is an asset.
The successful candidate will have excellent academic credentials and an ability to work independently and in a team oriented environment. The individual must have exceptional practice management skills, excellent interpersonal skills and a client service orientation. Sound judgment, strong oral and written communication skills and excellent organization, prioritization, and multi-tasking skills are required in this role.
Qualified and interested candidates should forward a single PDF Application Package document containing their cover letter, resume, undergraduate and law school transcripts in confidence to Tierney Read Grieve, Director, Professional Resources at email@example.com.
Hicks Morley is an open and respectful workplace which fosters creativity, legal innovation and excellence in our client’s interests. We are committed to recruiting and hiring the best candidates for all roles, and from diverse backgrounds and experiences. Upon request, Hicks Morley will provide suitable accommodations during the recruitment and hiring process to candidates with accessibility needs due to disability. No agencies please.
With over 120 lawyers, we are a leading law firm in Canada representing employers on human resources and advocacy issues. Our role as a firm is to help clients effectively manage their workplace in a manner that best suits their organization's needs.