Western Canada's Law Firm
MLT is an expertise-based, full-service law firm of over 130 lawyers serving clients across Western Canada from offices in Regina, Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver. We have been practicing in the west since 1920 and have in-depth knowledge of the region's business, legal and political landscapes. Over the past decade we have developed a significant regional presence in the west, and are one of the 30 Largest Law Firms in Canada (Lexpert / American Lawyer Media).
MLT and our lawyers receive high rankings for the quality of our work from Chambers Global, Benchmark Canada, Best Lawyers, Martindale-Hubbell and Lexpert. We have also been named one of the top Western Canadian law firms by Canadian Lawyer Magazine (based on legal excellence and expertise, service excellence, significant mandates, client base, and regional service coverage), and a Fortune Magazine Go-To Law Firm.
We are committed to doing our part to make the communities in which we live and work better places for all. Our firm, and our lawyers and staff, donate significant time and financial resources to enhance the culture, health and well being of our communities. The following charities lead the extensive list of community and business initiatives we support:
- United Way
- Regina & District Food Bank
- Hospitals of Regina Foundation
- St. Pauls Hospital (Saskatoon) Foundation
- Royal University Hospital (Saskatoon) Foundation
- Make A Wish Foundation
We view ourselves as partners in the ventures of our clients. Our role is to help our clients succeed by bringing our experience and legal expertise to bear on each assignment. We invest in understanding our clients' businesses, the issues they face and their goals. And we commit to efficiently and effectively address the legal, political and regulatory challenges they face.
- Monday Feb 23rd 2015 MLT Litigators Recognized by Benchmark Canada
- Friday Feb 20th 2015 Naheed Bardai Appointed to Board of Habitat for Humanity
- Wednesday Feb 18th 2015 Garnet Matsuba Appointed to Law Society of Alberta Budget & Financial Affairs Committee