Pink Larkin is a boutique litigation and labour and employment law firm. Evolving from a “work law” heritage in employee-side labour law, the firm has honed its unique set of negotiation skills to resolving problems that range from complex high-level conflicts and intricate cases to every day business issues.
Privately-held enterprises, community groups, professional associations, and organized labour trust Pink Larkin to help them manage and resolve issues related to high-stakes risk management planning and, when necessary, take measured responses and appropriate action to manage disputes and protect interests.
Legal services include employment, labour, litigation, mediation, construction, human resources, workplace investigations, professional regulation, professional coaching, pensions and benefits, non-profits, first nations, and human rights.
In addition to being litigators, mediators and advisors to individuals, organizations and business, Pink Larkin launched a full-time pro bono practice focused on systemic litigation that presents law reform possibilities for the poor — a first-in-Canada approach to actively providing access to justice.
Our culture is founded on two consistent qualities: dedication to exceptional client service and delivery of high-quality advocacy.
We welcome bright, self-motivated team players who want to work in a collaborative, stimulating and progressive workplace that prioritizes client service and excellence in advocacy.
Pink Larkin offers students the opportunity to work closely with senior lawyers in all areas of practice. Through the summer and articling programs, students will assist in research, preparation of cases, attend client meetings and hearings with lawyers, and draft legal opinions, memorandums, pleadings and briefs.
Compensation is competitive with major Atlantic Canada law firms. We encourage applicants from equity seeking groups to self-identify.
Our recent associates, Stephanie Robinson or Grace Levy are happy to provide insights into working with Pink Larkin in Halifax, as well as John MacCormick in our Fredericton office. To learn more about joining us as an articling and summer student positions, please contact Jill Houlihan (Halifax) or Brenda Comeau (Fredericton).