McCarthy Tétrault has a multifaceted and sophisticated group of clients. This provides the opportunity for students and associates to be part of cutting-edge files across a wide range of practice areas and industries and exposes you to emerging legal trends.
Learn more about our recent deals and cases and see how our students are involved in diverse mandates by consulting our Student Work Assignment section.
Student Work Assignments
At McCarthy Tétrault, our lawyers rely on the work produced by our students to provide direct and excellent service to our clients. We believe that the most rewarding learning experience comes from making an important and valuable contribution. The following are just a few of our students’ work assignments:
Business Law Assignments
Our business law practice is among the most sophisticated in Canada. It is divided into six sub-groups: Corporate Finance, Public M&A, Private Equity, Private Transactions, Public Companies, Securities Trading and Advisor Regulation.
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Our litigation practice is second to none in Canada and over the years, we have encountered just about every possible litigation challenge.
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Labour & Employment Assignments
Our Labour & Employment group is a dynamic, experienced group that works with both federal and provincial employers in the public and private sectors.
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Real Property Assignments
Our Real Property group represents public and private companies REITs, pension funds, private equity firms, governments, financial institution and sovereign wealth funds.
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Our Tax group advises on all aspects of Canadian taxation including corporate, commodity sales and use, international trade, customs, estate planning and pensions, and employee benefits matters.
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Pro Bono Assignments
Our firm has a long track record of pro bono work.
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