Regional Law Firm Rankings

Best in the West

  • Lawson Lundell tops Canadian Lawyer’s rankings of the top 10 firms in B.C., Alberta, and the North
Written by Posted Date: April 5th, 2010

b_150_0_16777215_00___images_stories_01-CANADIANLawyer_2010_April_hand.jpgIt wasn’t long ago that a wave of mergers formed a cluster of large, national law firms and prompted legal industry pundits to declare the death of the regional firm. There is no way they can stand up to the boundless resources of big law, the experts cried. Fast-forward a decade or so, and it’s safe to declare that doomsday scenario, shall we say, a tad premature. “As Mark Twain said, rumours of our demise are greatly exaggerated,” says Edmonton-based Field LLP managing partner James Casey.


Making connections

Written by Posted Date: February 3rd, 2009
When the binoculars on the CN Tower in Toronto turn south and west, they look towards a region that gets its strength from diversification, both within and between its cities.

Turf wars

  • Cover story: Atlantic Canada law firm rankings
Written by Posted Date: November 1st, 2006
The Atlantic Canada market continues to consolidate, as firms fight to keep deals down home and ride an economic boom thanks to high commodity prices, expanding oil and gas revenues, and unique legislation that allows unlimited liability companies.

Winning the west

  • Cover story: Western regional firms fight over talent
Written by Posted Date: October 16th, 2006
b_150_0_16777215_00___images_stories_October2006_cdn._lawyer_cover_oct._2006.jpgIn our second annual peer-ranked survey celebrating the leading mid-sized firms from Manitoba to B.C., we examine the challenges and opportunities unique to the region.

Coveting mid-market deals

  • Cover story: Coveting mid-market deals
Written by Posted Date: September 10th, 2006
While national law firms duke it out for the shrinking pie of corporate work in Canada’s rapidly consolidating capital markets, central Canada’s regional firms say their strategy to remain independent and target mid-market deals and entrepreneurial clients will leave them standing at the end of the day — something, they say, that many so-called national law firms won’t be able to accomplish. Here's our latest ranking of central Canadian firms.
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