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The best in legal workplaces in Canada: Canadian Lawyer releases inaugural survey results

Mentorship, ability to grow, workplace culture are key factors lawyers look for in a firm, Canadian Lawyer survey shows

The best in legal workplaces in Canada: Canadian Lawyer releases inaugural survey results

Aly Haji comes to practising law with an impressive background. Before graduating from the joint LLB/BCL-MBA program at McGill University, he was a pharmacist with a degree from the University of Toronto. He also went to Cambridge University for a master’s degree in law.

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