We need your insight on Canada's best pro bono firms

Canadian Lawyer invites you to nominate the best pro bono firms in Canada

We need your insight on Canada's best pro bono firms

Entries for Canadian Lawyer’s 5-Star Pro Bono Firms will close next week. 

Examples of pro bono work include, but are not limited to:

  • Provision of summary legal advice to an individual or charitable organization without expectation of a fee.
  • Provision of legal representation (full or unbundled) to an individual or charitable organization without expectation of a fee.   

Access the entry form before the survey closes on Friday, March 1.

The 5-Star Pro Bono Firms, proudly supported by Pro Bono Ontario, will be published on Canadian Lawyer’s website in June. 

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