Start by being choosy...choosier than you've ever been before.
Be picky. That's our advice to anyone in need of legal counsel.
Ask friends, associates or even a lawyer you know for a referral. Make a short list of potential firms and do research. Interview individual lawyers to assess their capabilities and compatibility. Keep looking until you find one with whom you are completely comfortable and in whose skill and judgment you have absolute confidence.
After all that, if you decide to choose Lerners, we appreciate your trust and will work very hard to prove it isn't misplaced. With over 100 lawyers, more than 80 years of experience and expertise spread across distinct practice areas, we're confident you'll find a lawyer with whom you will establish a strong relationship.
There are 3 ways to find a Lerners lawyer.
1. Match your legal issue with one of our Areas of Practice and follow the links.
Each of our practice groups is clearly identified under Areas of Practice. Click on the Area of Practice most applicable to your situation. Many of these categories are then further segmented into more targeted areas. For example, Family Law is subdivided into divorce, child custody, separation agreements and more.
If, after reviewing the information, the Area of Practice fits your situation, click the link that will bring up a list of Lerners lawyers specializing in that area of law. You can contact any one of them directly and they would be pleased to discuss your situation with you.
2. Use our Find A Lawyer search option.
On our Lawyers page, you can search for a lawyer by geographic location (London or Toronto), Name, and Area of Practice. By using this search feature, you can quickly and efficiently zero in on a list of lawyers most suited to your needs. For more information on a lawyer, review his/her biography and then contact any one of them to discuss your situation further.
3. Simply contact us in Toronto or London.
If your need is urgent or you just want to skip the search, please contact us and we will be happy to refer you to a qualified lawyer.