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Borden Ladner Gervais LLP - Montréal, Quebec

Compensation & Benefits

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First Year Summer Student

First year summer student salary (/week)? 46 to 50K annualized
First year summer student benefits? N/A

Second Year Summer Student

Second year summer student salary (/week)? $46,000 to $50,000 per year depending on the number of completed years of law studies.
Second year summer student benefits? N/A

Articling Students

Articling student salary (annual)? 78 000$ per year
Articling student benefits? Our Articling Students receive a salary of $12 000 during their Bar in order for them to concentrate on their studies. We also reimburse 100% of the Bar School Fees and Bar Admission fees. They also receive a comprehensive benefit package: AD&D, STD, Life Insurance, Health, Dental. Cellphone monthly fees are reimbursed as well as sports activities fees.
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Third year student

Do you pay a bonus to summer students returning to article (region-specific)? Yes
If yes, amount? 12 000$
For third year student bonus, any conditions? N/A

Licensing Process

Do you pay tuition for the licensing process? Yes
Do you pay salary during the licensing process? Yes

Associates

First year associate salary (annual)? $110,000
Annual bonuses to eligible associates? Yes
Benefits AD&D
Bar Association and Law Society Fees
Blackberry
Dental Insurance
Employee Assistance Program
Flexible Benefits Program
Health Club Membership
Annual Bar Licensing Fees for Lawyers
Tuition to attend bar exams/courses
Life Insurance
Long-term Care Insurance
Long-term Disability Insurance
Maternity Leave
Meals Allowance
Medical Insurance
Medical Spending Account
Parental Leave
Vision Insurance
RRSP
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