Last chance to take vote for the Top Intellectual Property and Labour & Employment Boutiques

Have your say before this week's deadline

Last chance to take vote for the Top Intellectual Property and Labour & Employment Boutiques

Canadian Lawyer’s top intellectual property and labour and employment survey closes on Friday, November 26. 

Readers are invited and encouraged to take part and share their input to recognize the best firms in intellectual property and labour & employment law. 

Take the Top Intellectual Property Boutiques here.

Take the Top Labour & Employment Boutiques here.

As is our policy with every Canadian Lawyer survey, all answers will remain confidential and the results will only be presented in aggregate form.

The results will be published in the March 2022 issue of Canadian Lawyer in print and online.     

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