Top Personal Injury Boutiques & Arbitration Chambers – surveys underway

Canadian Lawyer invites you to participate in its Top Personal Injury Boutiques and Arbitration Chambers surveys

Top Personal Injury Boutiques & Arbitration Chambers – surveys underway

Canadian Lawyer is surveying the legal community for input on Canada's top personal injury boutiques & arbitration chambers. Law firms that are included in our list practice exclusively or almost exclusively in these areas.

Readers are invited and encouraged to take part in this year’s surveys to help determine the best firms. All answers will remain confidential.

Take the Top Arbitration Chambers here

Take the annual Top Personal Injury Boutiques here

Please note that the list isn't definitive. If you would like to nominate a firm that is not included in the list below, email Zena Olijnyk at [email protected] by March 19.

The results of the survey will be presented in the July/August issue of Canadian Lawyer.

This survey closes April 1, 2021.

Take the survey now.

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