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Job ID: 19963
Date Posted: Aug 2, 2018
Job Title: Insolvency Litigation Partner or Senior Associate
Job Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Areas of Practice: General
Years of Practice: Any

Position Number: 28047

Position Title: Insolvency Litigation Partner or Senior Associate

Position Type: Private

Position Category: Bankruptcy / Insolvency, Commercial / Civil Litigation

Job Description: 
8-15 years | Calgary We are working with a national mid-market law firm, now seeking an experienced insolvency litigator to own that space in their Calgary office.  You will be sitting at the nexus of a strong local restructuring & insolvency solicitor practice, and local commercial litigation team, connecting the two. You will be part of a national team of insolvency litigators, heading up that area in Calgary for the firm.  The ideal candidate be a partner or senior associate with 8-15 years experience, with strong local connections and something of a book in the space. Our client offers the opportunity to continue to grow on their strong platform, and a collegial environment. If you are interested in learning more, please submit your resume in Word format to, referencing job number 28047.


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 ZSA Legal Recruitment is Canada's leading and only national legal recruitment firm. With offices in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Halifax. Our services range from recruiting partners, associates, and general counsels/assistant general counsels to paralegals/law clerks, and legal assistants. These can be supplied on either a permanent or temporary basis.

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