Peer review rankings are arguably the only objective standard readily available to persons wishing to assess a lawyer’s competence to handle a complex personal injury case. While such rankings are not perfect and no PIA lawyer would suggest that he or she is superior to another lawyer based solely on such rankings, these rankings are objective and can be very helpful in choosing a lawyer.
Following is the list of PIA Law lawyers who are members of the Ontario Trial Lawyers’ Association (OTLA) and hold all 4 of the peer review objective designations. To view the complete list of of OTLA lawyers who hold all 4 designations, click here.
The Certified Specialist Program recognizes members of the Law Society who have maintained exemplary standards of professional practice.
The annual Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory is the most comprehensive guide to legal talent in Canada.
Best Lawyers is the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession.
Canadian Lawyer Magazine conducts an online survey, and then interviews lawyers who regularly deal with the law firms on the shortlist.
|L. Craig Brown||Thomson, Rogers|
|J. Patrick Brown||McLeish Orlando|
|Leonard H. Kunka||Thomson, Rogers|
|Adam R. Little||Oatley Vigmond|
|Sloan H. Mandel||Thomson, Rogers|
|David F. MacDonald||Thomson, Rogers|
|John A. McLeish||McLeish Orlando|
|Darcy R. Merkur||Thomson, Rogers|
|David R. Neill||Thomson, Rogers|
|Roger G. Oatley||Oatley Vigmond|
|Dale V. Orlando||McLeish Orlando|
|James L. Vigmond||Oatley Vigmond|