After a decade of landmark rulings on native rights, aboriginal lawyers are in high demand—especially in B.C., home to more than a third of Canada’s First Nations. While arguably the most exciting and consequential field in law today, it is also one of the most unpredictable
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Recognized as one of the best labour and employment boutique firms by Canadian Lawyer Magazine, Roper Greyell represents clients in a wide variety of industries including construction, mining, public transportation and forestry
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