Baruch is an articling student at BLG’s Toronto office. He is working in the disputes department.
While in his first year of law school, Baruch founded an LSAT tutoring business. This past year, Baruch was an Administrative Law Division Leader at Osgoode’s Community Legal Aid Service Program (CLASP) and a Staff Writer for the Obiter Dicta. Throughout his time at Osgoode, Baruch has been involved with Tomchei Shabbos, a local non-profit which distributes meals to struggling families in the GTA.
Baruch chose to work at BLG after having provided LSAT lessons and law related panels for the Access to Law and Learning Initiative (ALL). This organization, sponsored by BLG, helps provide pro bono LSAT lessons for low income undergrad students with competitive GPAs. Aside from signaling BLG’s solid values, ALL introduced Baruch to a number of BLG associates, all of whom confirmed Baruch’s feeling that working at BLG is a unique experience bar none.
In Baruch’s spare time, you can find him reciting Dennis Lee to his young daughters, studying Talmud, and enjoying his vinyl record collection.