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

Recent articles & video

Bennett Jones brings former Alberta premier Jason Kenney on board as senior policy adviser

Ninety-two percent of in-house counsel expect law firm partners to use the latest tech: survey

Building your profile is key to performance reviews and bonus time, says Leila Rafi of McMillan LLP

Law firms see lawyer exchanges as way to attract and retain young talent, says Sona Pancholy

BC Provincial Court releases annual report for 2021-2022 fiscal year

Doctor who failed to obtain patient's consent guilty of malpractice: Alberta Court of King's Bench

Most Read Articles

Ontario's chief justice selection process should not be politicized by Ford and Downey

SCC strikes one mandatory minimum penalty, finds another constitutional

Jason Kroft and Bruno Caron on why they launched an ESG practice group at Miller Thomson LLP

Top Insurance Defence Boutiques for 2023-24 unveiled by Canadian Lawyer