Bereskin & Parr LLP is a leading Canadian intellectual property (IP) law firm serving clients of all sizes, in a variety of industries, both domestic and international. The firm was founded in 1965 and has grown to be one of the largest IP law firms in Canada and serves clients in over 100 countries. Our offices are located in major economic or technology centres: Toronto, Mississauga, Waterloo Region, and Montréal. Bereskin & Parr is made up of over 80 lawyers, patent and trademark agents, many of whom are recognized as leading practitioners in their respective fields. The firm's practice encompasses all aspects of intellectual property law.
At Bereskin & Parr you will work on interesting files with clients ranging from small start-up companies to large multi-national corporations. You will have the resources of a large law firm while practicing in a more relaxed environment. Our firm provides the opportunity to work and learn with some of Canada’s best known and experienced IP lawyers, and offers excellent training, resources and a friendly and flexible working environment.
We are always looking for exceptional intellectual property professionals to join Bereskin & Parr. If you feel your skills, expertise, and personality fit with Bereskin & Parr's practice and culture, please forward your application to Ryan Baker.
If you are a law student interested in a summer or articling position, please see our Student section.
Please direct enquiries to:
Director, Recruitment & Professional Development
Bereskin & Parr LLP
40 King Street West, 40th floor
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Bereskin & Parr LLP is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified candidates including women, aboriginal peoples, visible minorities and people with disabilities. Should candidates wish to receive the above job posting in an alternative format, please contact Ryan Baker, Director, Recruitment & Professional Development by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone 416-957-1658.
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