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Sept 30, 2016
Field Law Recognized by Chambers Canada
Regional firm earns inclusion in Chambers Canada directory
Field Law, a regional law firm with offices in Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife, is pleased to announce their recent inclusion in the Chambers Canada Directory....
Field Law is a western and northern regional business law firm listed as one of the largest firms in Canada with offices in Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta and Yellowknife, Northwest Territories.
More than 120 lawyers work together to provide a wide variety of legal services to businesses and institutions in corporate and commercial matters, litigation and dispute resolution, labour and employment, insurance, intellectual property, energy, occupational health and safety, privacy, professional regulatory and medical malpractice issues. Additionally the Firm provides private services to individuals including estate planning services and real estate transactions. Field has lawyers called to the Alberta, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Ontario, British Columbia and Saskatchewan Bars.
As a member of SCG Legal, Field Law's clients also gain access to a seamless global network of firms allowing members to navigate a complex and ever-changing legal landscape with local support.
Field's value advantage comes from a commitment to professional excellence and collaborative partnerships with our clients and networks. Clients benefit from Field Law’s framework of a client service culture and dedication to successfully running the Firm as a competitive, continuously improving business while pursuing legal excellence. Field Law is committed to meeting the needs of its clients through the delivery of creative, smart legal solutions that bring clarity to complex challenges.
The Firm is active in many community and charitable initiatives. The Field Law Community Fund Program was launched in 2013 and has so far provided $250,000 in funding to 42 local projects.