Norton Rose Fulbright Mos are tops

Canadian legal Mos put down their razors last month in support of prostate cancer and mental health issues raising $228,000 in the month of Movember.

The Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP’s Montreal Movember team raised more than $18,000 taking first place among all the NRF participating offices worldwide with Toronto coming in a close second at $16,051. McMillan LLP’s team took third place in Canada raising $14,627. with Stikeman Elliott LLP a close fourth at $14,491.
 
Norton Rose COO, Chris Jackson brought in more money than any other person in the Canadian law firm network raising $6,419, with Steve Malas from NRF Montreal in second, and Calvin Lantz of the Stikeman Staches in third raising $4,671.

Top 10 Canadian law firm Movember teams:

1. Norton Rose Fulbright Montreal $18,778
2. Norton Rose Full-Stache Toronto $16,051
3. Mcstaches (McMillan LLP) $14,627
4. Stikeman Staches $14,491
5. Torys LLP $12,108
6. Calgary Stachpede North Rose Fulbright $10,587
7. McInnes Cooper $9,417
8. BLG Mo Bros $8,959
9. Cassels Brock and Stachewell $7,551
10. Ottawa Norton Rose Fulbright Mo Bros $7,405

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