Voting is now open for top litigation boutiques

Canadian Lawyer invites you to participate in its annual Top Boutiques Survey

Voting is now open for top litigation boutiques

Canadian Lawyer launches its bi-annual Top Boutiques to determine the best firms specializing in litigation law.

Readers are invited and encouraged to take part and vote using this online form. It will only take two minutes to complete.

The winners of the Top Litigation Boutiques survey will be published in November on the Canadian Lawyer website. 

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