We plan to hire an articling student and start a journey that will give you three things.
First, we’ll provide you with training so that you’ll become a powerful litigator who’s also passionate about tax.
Second, we’ll give you the tools and technology that will help you think and work better.
Third, we’ll give you the support and environment that will help you find the best path to chase your purpose and potential.
When we picture you, we think of someone who is an independent thinker. You are analytical and witty. You are self-confident and humble. You do the right thing, always. You take pride in the effort and quality you bring to the things that you do.
You took tax classes while studying law. In fact, your tax classes were your favourite. You may have even participated in the Bowman Moot. You are starting to get the idea that combining litigation and tax might give you a really interesting career.
It’s easy for you to understand how leveraging technology would help you work better and smarter. You don’t really understand why law firms operate like it’s the 20th (or 18th) century, or why the really smart people in these laws firms seem not to understand that technology can help produce higher-quality work.
We’re different from every other law firm. And we’re offering you an articling experience – and a career – that is different from every other law firm too.
We are a boutique tax litigation firm located in Toronto. We help our clients have better litigation experiences and results. We want to add people who can help us do that better.
We have high standards, and we work hard to do everything well. And we’re confident that our mindset and growth trajectory will give you a unique opportunity to learn, do great work, and chase your potential.
We see that we will not achieve our purpose without equity, diversity, and inclusion. We believe that we increase our collective intelligence when our team members have different interests, backgrounds, and experiences.
If our statements seem hyperbolic, ask around. And you can see some of the receipts here, here, here, here, and here.
You should think about the environment that is going to put you in the best position to chase your personal and professional potential.
Investigate us, and every other law firm that might fit. Read career pages and promotional materials critically so that you can uncover which law firm is likely to invest in you and put you in the best position succeed. To learn more about our law firm, visit our blog, listen to the Building NewLaw podcast, and read our candidate questions page.
If you think our law firm is the right fit, fill out the form below to apply for our articling student position, and upload your cover letter, résumé, and transcript. It’s important that you complete all these steps before the application deadline set by the Law Society of Ontario.
If your application package and answers to our questionnaire indicate that we are a good fit, we’ll contact you to schedule your first interview.
If we’re excited to work together after our second meeting, we’ll offer you the position.
In the interim, if you have any questions, please use the question form on our candidate questions page or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, feel free to use our Law Firm Career Comparison Tool. We built this tool to help you gather the evidence, compare your options, and choose the best place to work.
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