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Canadian Lawyer’s annual Readers’ Choice Survey now open

Canadian Lawyer invites readers to participate in the annual Readers’ Choice Survey

Canadian Lawyer’s annual Readers’ Choice Survey now open

Canadian Lawyer’s Readers’ Choice Survey is now open! 

Readers are invited to take part using this  online form.  The winners of the Readers’ Choice 2020-2021 awards will be announced in a special report in the November issue which will be an excellent resource for the legal community when choosing a new vendor or business partner.

Finalists in each category will be determined by the popular vote so feel free to share this email and link with your colleagues.

As an added incentive, if you provide your contact information, your name will be entered into a draw for a $100 Amazon gift card.   

Have your say before the survey closes Friday, August 21.  

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