We need your insight on the best pro bono firms in Canada

Canadian Lawyer wants your input before the 5-Star Pro Bono survey closes

We need your insight on the best pro bono firms in Canada

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

Readers are invited to nominate the best pro bono firms in the industry.

Canadian Lawyer and Pro Bono Ontario will keep the details submitted by all firms strictly confidential, and it will only be used to help determine winners. Any information published will only be presented in the aggregate, apart from the names of the winning firms. We will notify winning firms in advance of publication.   

Access the online entry form here before the survey closes on Friday, February 3.

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

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