Lawyer - Insurance Litigation (4 to 7 years)

Job number: 20-0312P
Employment type: Permanent Full Time
Ville: Montréal
Employment status: filled


Lawyer – Insurance LItigation (4 to 7 years)


Our client, a well-established law firm that is recognized as a leader in its field, is currently in search of a lawyer with approximately 4 to 7 years of experience in insurance litigation. This is a great opportunity to join a firm that emphasizes collegiality and work-family balance.

On a daily basis, you will be involved in a wide range of diverse files, particularly in construction law, bodily injury and civil liability. You will be responsible for managing your files and will further develop your pleading skills. You will carry out mandates related to coverage analysis and much more.

In addition to managing files, you will have the opportunity to actively participate in the development of complex and stimulating strategies with clients. The selected professional will be given a great deal of autonomy in their practice and will benefit from the support of mentors, as needed.

The employer we represent offers good working conditions and a professional environment that focuses on excellence and quality customer service.

Would you like to work in a highly dynamic environment? Let's meet as soon as possible!

Are you interested in this professional challenge? We look forward to meeting you!


Please send us your application in complete confidentiality at, specifying the reference number: 20-0312P.


Should you wish to discuss this opportunity in more detail before sending your resume, Simon-Luc Dallaire and Stéphanie Frenette-Marier will be pleased to provide you with further information.

Me Simon-Luc Dallaire

Me Stéphanie Frenette-Marier


Reference: 20-0312P

* Please note only candidates meeting the job requirements will be contacted and that interviews will be conducted virtually. We thank you for your collaboration.

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