Every year, Canadian Lawyer invites senior lawyers, managing partners, and in-house counsel to weigh in on the top 10 full-service, regional law firms based in different provinces across Canada each time.
The top firms in the Prairies are evolving to keep up with a shifting economic and social landscape
Despite a rollercoaster stock market, tariffs and trade renegotiations and a new provincial government, Ontario’s top regional firms have had a prosperous year and expect more of the same for 2019.
Business is booming for Quebec’s top law firms, with a robust economy, government spending and exciting technologies bubbling up.
Globalization is no longer a theoretical trend for Ontario’s regional firms, but they are uniquely placed to provide value for clients.
This article is a continuation of ''A Time of Transition'' from the March issue of Canadian Lawyer magazine. Click here to read Part 1.
Significant changes have hit the legal economy in Manitoba and Saskatchewan and out-of-province interest is not abating. A lot has changed since Canadian Lawyer last surveyed top Prairie firms in 2013. This time around, the historical definition of what constitutes a regional firm in the Prairies was updated to allow the inclusion of MLT Aikins LLP and Miller Thomson LLP, both of which have offices in more than one province in Canada.