Time to vote for the top personal injury firms and arbitration chambers in Canadian Lawyer's latest boutiques survey. Canadian Lawyer is inviting senior lawyers, managing partners and in-house counsel to weigh in on top boutique firms in these areas. Your feedback will determine the list of winners, to appear in our May 2017 issue. Voting closes on Feb. 21. Vote here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TopBoutiques-PI-ARB

Canadian Lawyer will be launching its annual Legal Fees Survey soon and we are seeking feedback on how to improve it. What would make it more useful to you? What other information about or analysis of legal fees would you like to see? Let us know here:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LegalFeesFeedback



Past Surveys


  • June 2015 - The Going Rate
    After years of steady decline, Canadian litigation fees have finally returned to the heights of the pre-global-recession era, but Canadian lawyers aren’t…
  • July 2015 - Bell starting to toll on billable hour
    The bells may have finally started tolling for the billable hour, according to the results of Canadian Lawyer’s 2015 Compensation Survey.
  • 2015 Readers' Choice Awards
    Welcome to the first annual Canadian Lawyer Readers’ Choice Awards. From legal tech products and business valuation services to recruiters and legal…
  • November/December - Testing the AFA waters
    The annual Canadian Lawyer Corporate Counsel survey shows alternative fee arrangements are out there,  but in-house are the ones primarily driving the…
  • The going rate
    Canada’s uncertain economic outlook has the country’s lawyers spooked, with a healthy majority opting against a price hike this year.
  • It's not all about money
    If money talks, then its voice got a little softer for associates in 2016, according to the results of Canadian Lawyer’s annual…
  • 2016 Readers' Choice Awards
    Welcome to the second annual Canadian Lawyer Readers’ Choice Awards. From legal tech products and business valuation services to recruiters and legal…
  • November/December - Fee discussions shift from AFAs to value
    The annual Canadian Lawyer Corporate Counsel survey found the use of AFAs has declined from last year, but experimrntation continues.Click here for…


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