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2015 Readers' Choice Awards

2015 Readers' Choice Awards

Welcome to the first annual Canadian Lawyer Readers’ Choice Awards. From legal tech products and business valuation services to recruiters and legal research – the Canadian Lawyer Readers’ Choice Awards showcases the companies and products that prevailed among their competitors.

Nearly 2,300 readers cast votes for their preferred suppliers and vendors in 40 categories. The ballot consisted of 40 categories encompassing the areas of ADR & Mediation, Financial Services & Consulting, Legal Research, Legal Technology, Litigation Support & Consulting, Real Estate and Recruiting. In total, more than 300 products and service providers were listed on the official ballot and voters were also given the opportunity to write in any businesses not listed. Depending upon the number of nominees, we have named the top three to five vote-getters in each category listed in alphabetical order. Thank you for sharing your voice and your votes.

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