Welcome to Canadian Lawyer’s survey of the top civil litigation and criminal law boutiques. We are looking for your input on the best firms specializing in civil and criminal litigation.
- The list for each practice area is found on a separate page of the survey
- 'Boutique' firms refer to firms with a minimum of 80 per cent of their revenue derived from criminal law or civil litigation
- Please note that you can add your own nominee if you feel like any firms have been missed
The survey closes on March 6. The results will be published in the June 2020 issue of Canadian Lawyer.