At Singleton Reynolds, our people are what makes us great. We come together every day with the common goal of providing exceptional legal services and ensuring we go above and beyond for each and every client.
The range of backgrounds of the partners, counsel, associates and staff of Singleton Reynolds enables us to offer a broad range of services.
Singleton Reynolds’ lawyers spend a significant amount of time researching and thinking about how industry or legislative changes could affect your business.
Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP is recognized as a leader in construction and infrastructure, insurance, commercial litigation, real estate and business law.
Singleton Reynolds has offices to serve you in Vancouver and Toronto.
Singleton Reynolds believes in community. Our team members are teaching at Canadian universities and abroad, lecturing the next generation of lawyers.
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Singleton Reynolds strives to understand the balance between your career and your personal goals and encourages our legal and operations staff in the pursuit of their interests outside of the firm.
We are always on the lookout for talented professionals to contribute to our team. Singleton Reynolds offers a professional and challenging work environment, with a competitive compensation and benefits package.
Our goal is to develop strong lawyers from student right through to partner. Mentoring and training start when you are a student and continue throughout your practice.
The Law Society of Ontario’s Professional Development and Competence Committee, led by Singleton Reynolds’ Peter Wardle, has announced changes to its lawyer licensing regime. In response to discussions and consultations, the Law Society has opted to retain the two current licensing pathways available for freshly minted law graduates: articling and the Law Practice Program (LPP). However, articling and LPP positions will now be required to be paid (in most instances).
In Peter’s view, these changes are positive for the profession:
“The majority of committee members and most of those who provided input agree that transitional training provides candidates with an opportunity to deal with real issues and actual clients in authentic settings… We also believe that the proposed enhancements will address flaws in the current system, so that all candidates have a more uniform, valuable experience. This option is also consistent with the licensing processes of other Canadian law societies and those of most regulated professions.”
For more information, please visit: http://www.lawsocietygazette.ca/news/convocation-approves-lawyer-licensing-path-that-maintains-transitional-training-with-enhancements/
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