2015 Legal Fees Survey - now open

Canadian Lawyer magazine needs your input for our annual Legal Fees Survey. With some of the most sought-after results, its aim is to accumulate data about the fees law firms charge for the most commonly services in order to create a comprehensive picture of the average costs for those services at both regional and national levels.

As usual, information about yourself and your firm will be kept strictly confidential and results will only be used in the aggregate. The survey is split into nine different practice areas: civil litigation, commercial, criminal, family, immigration, intellectual property, real estate, and wills and estates. This year we have also added in a section for labour and employment law.

The survey closes on March 30. The results will be published in the June 2015 issue of Canadian Lawyer.

Click here to complete the survey.

Top personal injury and aboriginal boutiques and arbitration chambers

Canadian Lawyer’s latest Top Boutiques survey is now open. We're looking for your input on the best firms specializing in personal injury law, and aboriginal law as well as the best arbitration chambers.

As always, your responses are completely confidential, and are used only in the aggregate for us to judiciously determine which of the contenders is worthy of this distinction.

Please note  the list isn't definitive, and you can use the opportunity in each section to add your own nominee if you feel any worthy ones have been missed.

Our editorial team will take into account the results of the survey when making the final selections after drawing on the experience of in-house counsel and large-firm lawyers who refer work to these boutiques.

Your feedback will help us assemble rankings that will appear in the May 2015 issue. Voting closes today, March 2.

Click here to vote.

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