Our students are an integral part of our team and play a key role in providing the great level of service our clients are accustomed to. Rather than using a formal rotation system, our students are encouraged to work with and learn from different lawyers throughout their time as students at the firm. Students will have the opportunity to be exposed to a variety of areas of legal work and practice styles and are able to seek out work in practice areas that are of specific interest to them.
As a Wildeboer Dellelce student, you will be meaningfully involved in the files that you are working on from day one. As part of the team, our students can expect to attend client meetings, participate on conference calls, attend marketing events and interact with clients directly. Our students are exposed to a variety of transactional and advisory work, across many sectors, including mergers & acquisitions, financing, corporate commercial, lending and real estate transactions as well as tax matters.
“Working as a summer student at Wildeboer Dellelce was truly an exceptional experience. I was given the opportunity to play an integral role on a broad range of interesting transactions, including IPOs, private placements and corporate acquisitions. My colleagues involved me in every aspect of the deal, and valued my contribution."
J.D. Candidate 2015
"Each and every person at this firm has invested their time in developing our skills from the first day of summer, and we could not have had an articling experience like this at any other firm on the street."
Articling Student 2019-2020
A student’s role in our work is varied. You may be involved in such things as: drafting key legal documents (such as purchase agreements, loan documents and prospectuses); conducting legal due diligence on businesses; coordinating the closing of transactions; dealing with regulatory bodies; and researching complex legal issues. The scope of a student's work is broad and our students are given a high level of responsibility, all within a dynamic and supportive work environment.
2020-2021 ARTICLING STUDENT ESSENTIALS