Regulatory/Public Law Associate – Toronto

WeirFoulds is seeking a Regulatory/Public Law lawyer to join our thriving Regulatory Group. The ideal candidate will have:
  • At least 2 years of civil litigation experience, including hearing experience and ideally some regulatory /public law experience at a firm with a significant focus on regulatory/ public law
  • Strong technical, legal, research and drafting skills combined with excellent organization skills 
  • Demonstrated strengths in client service, client relationships and client development
  • Ability to work with lawyers at all levels and be a team player
  • Able to balance competing demands as well as being self-motivated, innovative and flexible
  • Confidence to manage files and clients independently
  • Excellent academic credentials
The successful candidate will work with our experienced team of lawyers on a variety of challenging and diverse matters ranging from professional self-regulation and discipline cases, judicial review of government decision-making, alcohol and gaming, and access to information and privacy.  Our lawyers represent professional regulatory colleges, regulatory authorities, universities, public companies, owner-managed businesses, and private foundations.

At WeirFoulds, we pride ourselves on providing the highest level of service to our clients. As such, it is essential for applicants to be self-starters, dedicated to client service, client development and the building and strengthening of client relationships. If you would like to be part of this dynamic team, and enjoy working in a collegial environment, this is an excellent opportunity.

Please submit your application online, including your resume, transcripts and a summary and description of relevant experience. Please click here to apply online.

Director of Professional Development 
Direct: 416-947-5030

We thank all candidates for their response, but only those to be considered for an interview will be contacted.

WeirFoulds LLP is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified candidates including women, aboriginal peoples, visible minorities and people with disabilities. Should candidates wish to receive the above job posting in an alternative format, please contact Katrina Henn, Director of Professional Development  by email or by phone 416-947-5030.