Canada: Stuck in the middle
Despite the merger mania that created Canada's national law firms, many remain content to be anchored in one city. Helen Mooney asks if this strategy will last the course as the country's major centres develop complementary specialisms
“Many of the firms that have chosen to become national firms will not become top-tier firms, but then I have to say that because we have not chosen to go down that route,” says Mark Young, managing partner of Cassels Brock & Blackwell.
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