Student Program at Deeth Williams Wall LLP

Students who are eager to work in a challenging and self-motivated environment will find working at Deeth Williams Wall LLP highly rewarding. As a boutique firm, we offer students the opportunity to work on cutting-edge files normally found at the largest Toronto firms, while maintaining the intimacy and personal attention of a small firm.

We provide our students with valuable exposure to some of the most rapidly developing areas of law, including information technology, biotechnology and health care regulatory matters. Although the work focuses mainly on intellectual property and technology, we provide our law students with a wide range of legal experience. Students are involved in a variety of complex litigation and transaction files. They are also encouraged to attend continuing legal education seminars, join professional organizations and enjoy firm and professional social functions throughout the year.

Our Articling Program

We normally employ one or two articling students per articling term. The firm accepts applications in accordance with the Law Society of Upper Canada Articling Guidelines.

2018-2019 Articling Recruitment

The firm thanks all of those who applied for articling in 2018-2019.  The available positions have been filled.

Our Summer Student Program

We normally employ one or two summer students per year. The firm accepts applications in accordance with the Law Society of Upper Canada Summer Recruitment Guidelines.

2017 Summer Student Recruitment

The firm thanks all of those who applied for a summer position in 2017.  The available positions have been filled.

Inquiries

Inquiries about the Student Program at Deeth Williams Wall LLP may be directed to:

Nicholas Wong
Student Program
Deeth Williams Wall LLP
150 York Street, Suite 400
Toronto, Ontario M5H 3S5

recruitment@dww.com

We accept applications by hand delivery, mail, viDesktop, email and fax.

For more information on Articling and Lawyer Licensing requirements in Ontario, please visit the Law Society of Upper Canada’s Lawyer Licensing website.