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Our client is a leading full-service law firm that has been successfully operating in the National Capital region for over 80 years. A client-focused firm that specializes in several areas, including Business Law, Civil and Commercial Litigation, Employment and Labour Law, Estates and Succession, Family Law, Institutional Law, Intellectual Property and Real Estate.
Along with a dynamic and supportive work environment, the firm is well positioned for significant growth. The Firm is also a strong member of the community.
Scope of Position:
Our client is currently seeking an experienced and established lawyer to work within its Advocacy department. The ideal candidate will have 15 + years of General Litigation practice with a focus on Commercial Litigation. Areas of focus include General Commercial Disputes, Bankruptcy & Insolvency, Construction and Municipal law.
The ideal candidate will have a complete or partial transferable practice and will help lead the commercial litigation practice. This is an ideal position for someone who wishes to be supported as they continue to expand their practice, raise their profile in national capital region, increase their ability to service their current clients and ameliorate their advocacy skills in one of Ottawa’s most collegial and supportive team environments.
The following competencies listed below define the role that our client is hiring for.
Encourages others by creating enthusiasm, a feeling of investment and a desire to excel; Inspires others to follow and a healthy attitude to work by recognizing positive contributions.
Adopts an energetic approach; Works towards goals and willingly tackles demanding tasks; Demonstrates capacity for sustained effort and hard work over long periods of time, even in the face of adversity.
Expresses and conveys confidence in own ability to complete tasks successfully; Displays personal resolve in the face of opposition; Seeks challenges and independence.
Generates new ideas; Challenges existing assumptions; Goes beyond the status quo; Recognizes the need for new or modified approaches; Brings various perspectives and approaches together, combining them in a creative fashion to implement effective improvements.
Imagines future possibilities; Thinks broadly and investigates a wide-range of alternatives in developing a vision for the future; Selects the most promising vision from a range of alternatives and communicates this vision to others clearly.
If interested, please contact:CATHERINE PAN DIRECTOR RESEARCH GROUP [email protected] (613) 592 4145 EXT 223