Roper Greyell is proud to have been included, once again, in Canadian Lawyer magazine’s Top 10 Labour and Employment Boutique law firms in Canada. Considered one of the country’s leading evaluators of performance in the legal sector, Canadian Lawyer compiles an annual list of Canada’s most notable firms specializing in Labour and Employment law and asks in-house counsel and senior lawyers from larger firms to rank a shortlist generated by the magazine’s editorial team. Roper Greyell has been included in the Top 10 Labour and Employment Boutiques list since 2012.
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About Canadian Lawyer
Launched in 1977, Canadian Lawyer, provides objective reporting and analysis of the legal landscape from coast to coast, and defines “boutique firms” as collections of lawyers specializing in niche areas of the law as opposed to general practice firms that house of variety of practice areas under one roof.