Len’s practice focuses on the tax aspects of transactions with a significant emphasis on transactions with a cross-border element. He provides advice on corporate reorganizations including business succession issues.
Lawson Lundell has become one of Canada’s preeminent business law firms by consistently attracting and retaining dedicated and thoughtful lawyers to undertake the complex and challenging work of our clients. We selectively add lawyers whose experience will enhance our current focused practices. If your practice is a fit with ours and you would be interested in joining our team, we invite you to contact us.
Applications can be submitted to:
Director, Professional Development
Lawson Lundell LLP, a full-service business law firm, is seeking associates for its Vancouver office. Opportunities in our Banking Group and Corporate Finance & Securities Group exist for motivated, client-oriented lawyers with 2-5 years of experience interested in accelerating their practice in a top tier environment.
The ideal Banking Group candidate will have experience focussed on commercial lending. You will take on a full practice including corporate and commercial transactions involving banks and private lenders. You will also work on both the acquisition and lending aspects of mergers and acquisitions. This is an ideal opportunity for a junior to mid-level associate with partnership aspirations.
The ideal Corporate Finance & Securities candidate will have strong file management skills and experience related to public markets. You will be capable of assuming a high degree of responsibility and have a desire to gain exposure to increasingly challenging work.
These are challenging, fast-paced opportunities suitable for a career-oriented lawyer who appreciates the importance of client service in today’s solution-driven world.
Interested applicants should contact:
Jennifer Vermiere, Director of Professional Development
While we appreciate all applications received, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.