lxii ONTARIO REPORTS SEPTEMBER 13, 2019
The Toronto office of Baker McKenzie seeks associates to join its Corporate &
Securities, International Commercial and IPTech Practice Groups. These practice
groups are comprised of teams of experienced legal professionals serving both
domestic and international clients on a truly global platform.
Corporate & Securities Associate: The successful candidate will have 4 to 7 years
of M&A and general corporate/commercial experience gained from a top level law
International Commercial Associate: The successful candidate will have 1 to 5
years of experience in competition, marketing and related areas of practice including
transactional merger and foreign investment review, market investigations, competition
compliance and counselling, misleading advertising/deceptive marketing, product
regulatory compliance and/or related areas of regulatory law.
IPTech Associate: The successful candidate will have 2 to 5 years of experience in
information technology-related areas of practice including commercial I T contracting,
data privacy and security, information governance, telecommunications, consumer
protection, Fin Tech, and/or intellectual property law.
All positions require candidates have excellent drafting and communication skills,
and an aptitude to develop strong relationships. Candidates must have the ability
to function smoothly in a global team environment with culturally diverse team
Interested applicants should apply using the link below including a cover letter, resume,
references and transcripts. All applications will be held in strictest of confidence.
We welcome and encourage applications from diverse applicants, including people
with disabilities. Accommodations are available upon request for candidates taking
part in all aspects of the selection process.
We thank all applicants for their interest. However, only those selected for an
interview will be contacted.
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