Conway is a friendly, exciting, and dynamic place to work. We provide a small-firm experience with the high-calibre work of a larger firm, which allows our associates and students to gain exposure working on complex and sophisticated issues in an informal and collegial environment. We are experienced litigators who also have the intellectual chops to work through the thorniest issues. Most of our lawyers have clerked for the Supreme Court of Canada or other appellate-level courts. We’ve seen the courtroom from both sides.
For us, law is more than a job, it’s an integral part of who we are. And just as the law is multifaceted, so are we. We are self-professed legal nerds who love to debate the finer points of law and philosophize about potential implications and ramifications of decisions. And what’s more—we get excited about what the law can do.
While intellectual discussions abound at Conway, we pride ourselves on cultivating a work culture that is fun and personally rewarding. While we may take the law seriously, we don’t take ourselves too seriously.
We seek to attract lawyers who share our commitment to excellence and professionalism. Our associates gain experience in complex and challenging litigation, similar to that seen in national firms, but in the supportive and informal atmosphere of a boutique. We look for candidates who are interested in taking a different path.
If you are interested in a career as an associate at Conway, please send your resume, law school and other university transcripts to Rachel Robert, our Managing Director, at email@example.com.
At Conway, you will handle challenging assignments from the outset. With our dynamic and collegial culture, we want our students to feel at home in our firm. Our students are encouraged to take part in every area of our practices and to take hands-on responsibility for their files.
We look for candidates who are not only intellectually curious about the law and who want to be challenged, but also who are self-motivated, are team players, and have a strong sense of responsibility to our firm and our clients.
Since Conway litigates and advises in both official languages, bilingualism is an asset. We also encourage diverse applicants or members of equity-seeking groups to apply. We see diversity as a strength.
Each student is assigned a mentor at the beginning of his or her articles to help manage workload, ensure a well-rounded experience and answer the many questions, both professional and personal, that arise.
Our Articling Principal is Natalia Rodriguez.
To meet our students, click here.