McCarthy Tétrault: Building Canada's Premier Law Firm, 1855-2005

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Douglas & McIntyre, 2005 - Law firms - 409 pages
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A comprehensive history of Canada's first national law firm: the people, the innovations and the unprecedented growth.

McCarthy Tetrault is the largest and one of the most eminent of Canadian law firms, with offices in all the major business centres in Canada as well as in New York and in London, England. It is also one of the oldest, with roots going back 15 years, and has an exceptionally interesting and dynamic recent history.

Noted historian Christopher Moore presents the story of McCarthy Tetrault and the firms that preceded it, within the context of the political and business history of Canada. He shows how the firm's dominance was achieved over many years by combining legal professionalism with consistent strategic planning by a series of strong leaders. This is an illuminating account of the growth of a major firm and is also an important contribution to the history of the legal profession in Canada.

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About the author (2005)

Christopher Moore writes about Canadian history. He has won numerous awards including a Governor General's Award for Louisbourg Portraits; the Secretary of State's Prize for Excellence in Canadian Studies for The Loyalists: Revolution, Exile, Settlement; and the Mister Christie Award for Children's Books with Janet Lunn for The Story of Canada. His other works include The Law Society of Upper Canada and Ontario's Lawyers, and 1867: How the Fathers Made a Deal.

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