Estate Planning Lawyer (2-5 years)

Beard Winter LLP is proud to be recognized as a Top 10 Ontario Regional Law Firm by Canadian Lawyer magazine for 2021-22, and a Canadian Law Awards Excellence Awardee for Ontario Law Firm of the Year for 2021.

We are currently looking for a lawyer to join the firm’s wills, trusts and estates practice group. This is a great opportunity to join a group of highly-skilled practitioners and take your learning to the next level.

Our wills, trusts and estates group provides comprehensive services in the areas of estate planning and administration, business succession planning, international and domestic trusts, estate litigation, and not-for-profit and charity matters. Our clients include Canadian and international individuals and families, privately held companies, trust companies, financial institutions and advisors, and accounting firms.

The ideal candidate will have two to five years of experience and will be given the opportunity to handle their own files as well as assist senior lawyers within a wide range of estate and trust planning and estate administration matters.

In addition to a generous and transparent compensation package, we provide a dynamic working environment with an exceptional group of lawyers, the support necessary for younger lawyers to develop their own practice, and opportunities for career progression and personal growth.

To submit your application in confidence, please contact:

Debbie Cymbron
Human Resources Manager

Beard Winter LLP adopts an inclusive and accessible environment and we are committed to providing support to applicants and firm members with disabilities. If you require accommodation at any time during the recruitment, selection and assessment process, please contact Debbie Cymbron, Manager, Human Resources.

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