Litigation Lawyer – Friendly & Prestigious Boutique Litigation Firm

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Litigation Lawyer – Friendly & Prestigious Boutique Litigation Firm

Job ID # 1244

Our client is searching for an established and outgoing Litigation Lawyer to join their seasoned team of professionals. This newly created role for a Litigation Lawyer is the perfect way to cement your career in a professional, team environment. This firm is a well-know boutique law firm who prides themselves on their dedication and loyalty to their clients.


  • Minimum of 4 years’ Litigation Lawyer experience, experience with commercial litigation and/or class actions considered a strong asset.
  • Law degree from an accredited Canadian Law school and must be a member in good standing with the Law Society of British Columbia
  • This is a tight knit legal team so personality is key to the role
  • Trial experience would be considered a strong asset.

In addition to camaraderie and a dynamic workload, this position will offer the successful candidate with a generous salary and benefits package and the perfect work life balance.

To apply please send all resumes, preferably in Word format, attention to Kimberly at: while quoting the job title in the subject line.

While we thank all those who apply for their time, only those who are short-listed will be contacted due to the high volume of resumes received.

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Kimberly MacMillan

About Kimberly MacMillan

As Partner, Kimberly is responsible for leading the full-cycle recruitment process and managing the day-to-day operations of the office. She also develops and executes creative sourcing strategies that ensure effective talent acquisition of top-tier candidates. Serving as the main point of contact for clients, she, along with her team, endeavor to facilitate a successful completion for every recruit.

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