Chambers Canada has released its 2022 guide recognizing nine Baker McKenzie partners across ten practice areas.
For nearly 30 years, Chambers and Partners has ranked law firms based on technical legal ability, client service, commercial vision and business understanding, diligence, value for money and depth of team. Chambers Canada rankings account for lawyers and firms across the country's provinces and territories. Rankings are based on extensive interviews with clients and peers as well as firm submissions.
Baker McKenzie's Canada lawyers advise clients on a range of cross-border transactions. As market leaders in Corporate & Securities, Labour & Employment, Litigation, and various other practice areas, Baker McKenzie's Canada office combines extensive knowledge of Canadian federal, provincial and local laws with a broad international perspective. Working closely with colleagues across the Firm's offices in the Americas, Europe and Asia, the Firm's Toronto-based lawyers help clients achieve their domestic and international business objectives.
Baker McKenzie is proud to have the following lawyers recognized in the Chambers Canada 2022 guide:
- Christopher Aide – Intellectual Property (Nationwide – Canada)
- George Avraam – Employment & Labour (Ontario)
- Jacques Bernier – Tax: Litigation (Nationwide – Canada)
- Paul Burns – International Trade/WTO (Nationwide – Canada)
- Brian Cacic - International Trade/WTO (Nationwide - Canada)
- Kevin Coon - Business & Human Rights Law (Nationwide - Canada)
- Arlan Gates – Advertising & Marketing (Nationwide – Canada), Competition/Antitrust (Nationwide – Canada)
- Theo Ling – Information Technology (Nationwide – Canada)
- John Pirie – White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations (Nationwide – Canada), Litigation: General Commercial (Nationwide - Canada)
In addition, the following practice groups have been ranked:
- International Trade/WTO (Nationwide – Canada)
- Tax (Nationwide - Canada)