Partner at Shibley Righton LLP"Bringing you up to date on all the opportunities and challenges of the Condominium Law in Canada and across the globe." - View in Edition » View Profile 2024 AWARDS - VOTE NOW
Founder of FIT Legal Solutions"I am incredibly honoured to receive the Women in Law 2022 award – thank you! There is no greater feeling then the sense of achievement that this award gives me." - View in Edition » View Profile 2024 AWARDS - VOTE NOW
Made to Change the World™, Inc. & MTC Consulting"Use your voice; share your story; show up in the world as you. And remember that no matter what, you were made to change the world. And you can—so do it." - View in Edition » View Profile 2024 AWARDS - VOTE NOW
CEO and Founder of Law 365"I’m on a mission to change the way law firms are perceived by clients and by lawyers. An accolade like this is wonderful recognition that the work we’re doing at Law 365 is having an impact and is appreciated." - View in Edition » View Profile 2024 AWARDS - VOTE NOW
Of Counsel, Corporate and Securities Group at DLA Piper"Start Small, Think Big." - View in Edition » View Profile 2024 AWARDS - VOTE NOW
Notary Public Office of Urso-Mehideb"We dedicate ourselves wholly to our client with a focus on empathy and efficiency that allows us to stand out." - View in Edition » View Profile 2024 AWARDS - VOTE NOW
Bojorge & Associates Law Firm"Primarily we practice immigration law and assist with Spain visas and travel, but we are diverse in capacity." - View in Edition » View Profile 2024 AWARDS - VOTE NOW
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