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Vote for Canadian Lawyer’s Top Criminal Law and Civil Litigation Boutiques

Canadian Lawyer has launched the 2020 Top Criminal Law and Civil Litigation Boutiques surveys to determine the best firms specializing in those areas.

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The results will be published in the June issue of Canadian Lawyer.  

Vote now before the survey closes Friday, March 6, 2020. 

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