Falling in the shadow of the vast North American market, it would be fair to say that the Canadian legal market does not typically generate much foreign press coverage. Major US firms take little heed of their conservative Canadian neighbours, while scant attention is paid by the UK and European legal industries.
Canada's law firms have long taken a back seat in terms of attention to their brash southern neighbours but, as Emma Sadowski finds, the country's seven biggest firms have been quietly following their...
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