Shibley Righton LLP Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Dec 13, 2017Full time
Established in 1964, Shibley Righton LLP is a full-service law firm of approximately 40 lawyers with offices in Toronto and Windsor. We have a strong focus on delivering effective results for our business and public entity clients. We are currently seeking a lawyer to work as an Associate in our growing Civil and Commercial Litigation Group for our Windsor office. Check out our website for more information. Located in the southernmost point of Canada, Windsor is a riverfront city with a lot to offer, including: Affordable housing and great quality of life A mild and attractive climate – the warmest of any of Ontario's cities Easy access to lakes, farms, wineries and numerous golf courses A wide variety and multicultural selection of dining venues Quick access to the rising American City of Detroit, which offers additional unique and trendy dining options, world-class museums and theatres, and sports entertainment – the Red Wings, Pistons, Tigers, Lions and Michigan Wolverines An overall vibrant and diverse growing region with a major university and college The ideal candidate should have: 6+ years of experience in general civil and commercial litigation and/or administrative law. Additional experience in labour and employment law is considered an asset A high level of professionalism, an entrepreneurial spirit and sound business judgment A desire to maximize your potential in a successful and collaborative firm and be self-motivated Excellent advocacy, communication and interpersonal skills Be a member in good standing of the Law Society of Upper Canada A desire to play an active role in our community and share in our collegiality and desire to practice at a rewarding high level Qualified candidates can submit their resume and references in confidence by email to firstname.lastname@example.org . No agencies please. Only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. Salary commensurate with experience; we offer full employment benefits.