Edelson Foord Law is delighted to announce its inclusion in the prestigious 2024-25 Canadian Lawyer’s Top Criminal Law Boutiques, a comprehensive roundup that highlights the best in the industry.

As an impartial authority in the legal sector, Canadian Lawyer Magazine conducted an exhaustive research study to identify and showcase the industry’s top performers. In this thorough assessment, Edelson Foord Law has emerged as one of the distinguished contributors to the industry.

Canadian Lawyer Magazine’s 30+ strong Intelligence Unit determined the winners by following a rigorous process, which included interviewing objective industry professionals, conducting extensive research.

Edelson Foord Law takes immense pride in being acknowledged as one of the industry’s finest within the legal domain.

Chris Sweeney, Managing Editor for Special Reports at Canadian Lawyer, shared his insights on the selection process, stating, “It’s inspiring to see so many boutique firms operating with such passion and diligence in this space across Canada. That’s why Edelson Foord Law should be rightly praised for standing out in such a strong field by going above and beyond, providing excellent service and advice to their clients.”

This recognition underscores Edelson Foord Law‘s dedication to industry excellence and its continued commitment to delivering exceptional results.

To hear from Partners Brandon Crawford and Tony Paciocco on how Edelson Foord Law is setting the bar higher for future generations of lawyers, click here and scroll down.

About the 2024-25 Canadian Lawyer’s Top Criminal Law Boutiques

In September 2023, Canadian Lawyer asked readers from across Canada to vote on criminal law boutiques. They were asked to rank their top firms from a preliminary list, with a chance to nominate a firm that was not included. To be considered in the vote, firms were required to have most of their business come from criminal law and not be sole practitioners.

The quantitative results were combined with the Lexpert peer survey results, where applicable, along with feedback from respected senior members of the bar and regional diversity considerations.

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