My practice principally relates to offering business and individual clients efficient and strategic advice in relation to a range of regulatory law matters including competition/antitrust law, advertising, white-collar crime, Internet and new media law, as well as consulting and advisory services for mergers and Canadian foreign investment laws. I also offer competition and regulatory law compliance, education and policy services to companies, trade and professional associations and government agencies.
Over the past few years, my practice has grown, and has included clients from the U.K., Europe, the U.S. (including New York, New Jersey, Florida, the mid-west and California), the Pacific Rim and across Canada. Thank you to my great clients.
In connection with my practice, I have built and launched several of the largest and most comprehensive sources for competition/antitrust, advertising/marketing and regulatory law information: Canadian Competition & Regulatory Law, Canadian Advertising & Marketing Law and Canadian Contest & Promotions Law.
Based on growth in my practice, I am now looking to hire 1-2 people on a part-time contract to assist me with managing, updating and researching legal and policy developments in my core areas of practice: competition/antitrust law, advertising/marketing law and other related regulatory law areas.
Key responsibilities will include reviewing and updating websites and blogs, assisting with the management of my social media platforms (LinkedIn and Twitter), legal and web research and ongoing updates in my core areas of practice and assisting me with research, writing and other academic and billable projects including books, articles, conferences and the maintenance and expansion of my core web platforms.
No formal legal training is required. An interest in research, the web, innovation and ideas would be an asset. If you are interested in this opportunity, please send me a copy of your cv and hourly pay expectations to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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