Canadian Lawyer's special reports provide an expert-collated resource for the industry when looking for best-in-class partners and the most revered service providers.
The Special Reports also provide an opportunity to honor the top companies and individuals in the industry for their hard work and commitment to innovation. This year, Canadian Lawyer will produce a comprehensive portfolio of special reports covering a plethora of topics and agendas that are top of mind for professionals and most pertinent to the industry.
To view the entire schedule and participate in the surveys that are integral to revealing the trends and conversations that matter, please visit our Annual Calendar
Personal injury lawyers face obstacles and delays in getting the best settlements for seriously injured clients, but stick with the David and Goliath battle
For the top immigration law firms, solving problems and improving the system are priorities during the pandemic
It has been a banner two years for innovative dealmaking despite the pandemic
These law firms have shown leadership in fulfilling clients’ needs during a pandemic and beyond
As the pandemic drags on, labour lawyers must concentrate on evolving workplace dynamics and policies
Ten law firms support human ingenuity by defending patents and ensuring that copyright and trademark rights are respected
The top criminal law boutique firms aim for the best defence possible, but they also face challenges in a court system that is dealing with underrepresented litigants while adapting to advanced technology and digital evidence
In a world becoming more digitized and complex, the legal sector turns to service and product providers to make them more efficient, productive and profitable
Celebrating the top law firms offering full-range legal services in Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
Celebrating the Canadian lawyers and judges who are making an impact on the profession
Personal injury lawyers keep up the battle to get the best awards for their injured clients
COVID-19 pushed the pace of change for mediators and arbitrators, and our winners say many of these innovations are here to stay