Join LaBarge Weinstein
Picturing a typical hierarchical atmosphere? Well, think again. We are a boutique law firm and anything but typical. Our doors are always open and we regularly attend live music events as a team! Plus, we have all of the good stuff that the other firms offer including:
- Competitive salaries;
- Flexible work hours;
- Group Insurance program; and
- Professional development opportunities that will enhance your practice or work life.
Other perks include:
- Regular Lunch ‘n Learns;
- Quarterly “Fun Bus” outings; and
- Casual Fridays.
1) Corporate Lawyer – Ottawa office
LaBarge Weinstein LLP, one of Canada’s leading business law firms, is looking for a Corporate Lawyer to join our busy corporate law practice in our Ottawa office.
In this position you will work primarily on merger and acquisitions and financing transactions. You will also have responsibility for servicing day-to-day corporate, securities and commercial needs of clients.
We are looking for candidates who were called to the bar in 2015 or earlier and have a minimum of at least 1 to 3 years of experience in working on mergers and acquisitions and financing transactions.
Interested applicants may apply by forwarding their resume to Keri McDonald by email at email@example.com. We thank all applicants who apply but only those invited to be interviewed will be contacted.
The Student Program at LaBarge Weinstein
LaBarge Weinstein offers summer and articling students full exposure to virtually every aspect of its corporate and commercial practice, including securities, taxation, and licensing. Your involvement starts from the initial meeting with the client, through to completion.
At LaBarge Weinstein, we don’t have a formal rotation system. Instead, students are given work from all areas of our practice. In addition, our open door policy and relaxed atmosphere make it easy for students to seek out work in areas that interest them.
So, why did our young associates and students-at-law pick LaBarge Weinstein? Because here, they…
- “Aren’t just a number and can really make their mark.”
- “Get to work with some of Canada’s most progressive technology companies.”
- “Interact with the clients and actually get to do real work.”
If you are applying for a summer student position or an articling position, we require the following:
- Cover letter;
- Undergraduate transcript;
- Law school transcript;
- Anticipated upper year courses.