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BC's largest law firm that handles many facets of business law.


Lawson Lundell

BC's third largest law firm that handles finance, corporate and mining law.


Gosal & Company

Workplace injury law firm that has represented over 4,000 injured workers since 1993.

Parr Business Law

Vancouver-based business law firm that specializes in contracts, incorporations, wills, and mergers and acquisitions.


McMillan LLP

Business law firm with over 400 lawyers across Canada.


Gowling WLG

Business law firm with offices in 9 different countries.


Tevlin Gleadle Curtis

Employment law firm in Vancouver voted Canada’s best employment law boutique by Canadian HR Reporter Magazine.

Norton Rose Fulbright

One of the largest law firms in the world with over 50 offices and over $2 billion in revenue.

Harper Grey LLP

Business, health and insurance law firm in downtown Vancouver with over 200 staff.

HHBG Law Corporation

HHBG is an employment and labour law firm with locations in Vancouver and Surrey.

Veale Law

Injury lawyer with 8 locations across the Lower Mainland.


Personal injury and ICBC law firm.

Bungay Law Office

Injury and disability law firm in Vancouver, Surrey and Abbotsford.

Invicta Law

Immigration law firm located in International Village.

Francesco & Grayer LLP

A uniquely located law firm on Commercial Drive that focuses on family and business law.

Dhahan Law

Personal injury, family and employment law firm in Richmond.

North Shore Law LLP

One of the largest law firms in North Vancouver specializing in injury and family law.

Winright Law

Real estate and business law firm founded by Winston Kam.

Murphy & Company LLP

Vancouver business law firm specializing in Tech, Finance, Entertainment and others.

Boughton Law

Business, dispute resolution, personal and public sector law firm.

Steps on choosing a lawyer or law firm in Vancouver.

  1. Choosing a lawyer can be a daunting task, but here are some steps you can take to find the right lawyer for your needs:
  2. Determine the type of lawyer you need: There are many types of lawyers, such as criminal defence lawyers, personal injury lawyers, immigration lawyers, etc. Decide what type of legal assistance you require.
  3. Research potential lawyers: Look up potential lawyers in your area online or through referrals from friends and family. Read reviews, testimonials, and websites to understand their experience and qualifications.
  4. Schedule a consultation: Many lawyers offer free consultations, during which you can ask questions and learn more about their experience and approach to your case.
  5. Ask questions: During your consultation, ask any questions about the lawyer’s experience, qualifications, and approach to your case. You should also ask about their fees, payment options, and whether they offer payment plans.
  6. Consider communication: Choose a lawyer who communicates clearly and promptly. You want a lawyer to inform you about your case and answer your questions promptly.
  7. Trust your instincts: Ultimately, you want to choose a lawyer you feel comfortable working with and who you trust to represent your best interests.
  8. Check their credentials: Make sure the lawyer is licensed and in good standing with the bar association in your state. You can check this information online through the Law Society of BC’s website.