April 13, 2011
While the energy sector is expected to fuel Canada's economic growth over the next five years, law firms are seeking lawyers with an interest in energy law.
In announcing the launch of Torys' Calgary office in March, the firm's managing partner Les Viner said Torys recognized the need to open the office based on "the pace of economic growth in Calgary and its strength in the energy sector." Ron Deyholos, a partner in the Calgary office, says the city's energy sector is indeed flourishing. His practice focuses on energy and oil and gas law and he is recognized by Chambers Global as a leading Canadian energy lawyer. "There have been a lot of opportunities to do oil and gas work for clients both in Calgary and internationally," he says.
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