Canadian Lawyer partners with legal associations to survey legal graduates

NextGen Lawyers Survey aims to inform legal employers about what motivates young lawyers

Canadian Lawyer partners with legal associations to survey legal graduates

Canadian Lawyer has joined forces with the Canadian Lawyer's Association, South Asian Bar Association, Criminal Lawyers Association, Toronto Lawyers Association, Hellenic Canadian Lawyers’ Association and Young Women in Law for the NextGen Lawyers Survey.

To better understand the considerations of graduates when choosing a law firm to work for, we invite you to take part in our latest survey. Together, we aim to help inform law firms about the most pivotal factors for young lawyers when deciding their future career paths.

Aside from expanding its research reach, the partnership will allow Canadian Lawyer to sharpen its insights to better reflect the profession and the next generation of lawyers.

The Criminal Lawyers Association is a leading voice in the legal community, advocating for fair practice and reform within the criminal justice system in Canada. With a commitment to excellence in criminal defence and constitutional rights, the CLA supports its members through education, legal assistance, and a unified voice for justice and equity.

The Toronto Lawyers Association has been the hub of the legal profession in Toronto for over a century. Dedicated to providing valuable resources and support to its members, the TLA focuses on fostering professional development, networking opportunities, and advocacy for the legal community in Toronto and beyond.

Young Women in Law empowers young women in the legal profession by providing a platform for networking, mentorship, and professional development. YWL champions the advancement and recognition of young women lawyers, encouraging leadership and a balanced approach to career growth.

The Hellenic Canadian Lawyers’ Association (HCLA) maintains a reliable network of lawyers, judges, and law students of Hellenic origin. Apart from generating career prospects, this network also facilitates information exchange among its members. The HCLA works to generate, inspire, and heighten public consciousness on issues concerning the Hellenic Canadian community.

With 29 chapters spread across the US and Canada, the South Asian Bar Association of North America (SABA-NA) works to advance civil rights and the South Asian community's access to justice while also fostering the rapidly expanding South Asian legal community by providing a reputable and trusted forum for professional development. SABA North America is proud to be the voice of the South Asian legal community in North America.

Our confidential survey aims to capture key insights about the professional experience of young lawyers. We invite you to share your experiences, insights, and concerns in the hopes of establishing a more informed and understanding legal industry for the future of its professionals.

To take part in this important initiative, take the survey today.

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