Celebrating Five Years As A Top Employer

Top employers have a commitment to people that is more substantial than the latest fad in employee benefits. Being a top employer requires a holistic approach to building a work environment in which employees are constantly engaged and committed to business success.

With deep Canadian roots reaching as far back as 1839, Dentons’ presence in British Columbia is built on the strengths of their legacy firm Fraser Milner Casgrain and, earlier, Mawhinney & Kellough. Proud to be Vancouver’s local law firm with a global reach, you can rely on their team to keep you ahead of the competition and on the leading edge with the solutions you need.

Dentons is proud to have created an environment where its people can develop new skills, create a unique career path, explore and be supported in leadership opportunities, and collaborate with team members across its global platform, in addition to having a positive impact in local communities.

With more than 75 practising lawyers in our Vancouver office, we offer our clients seamless and efficient service in almost every area of business law and litigation.

Dentons focus on building long-term relationships and act as a trusted adviser, working in collaboration with their clients to develop innovative strategies to their most complex challenges.

British Columbia’s Top Employers is an annual competition organised by the editors of Canada’s Top 100 Employers. This special designation recognises British Columbia employers who lead their industries in offering outstanding places to work.

The focus on its people is just one of the ways that Dentons is doing things differently. The diverse and unique strengths of Dentons’ exceptional talent help define its forward-thinking and inclusive culture.

Dentons’ Vancouver office provides ongoing corporate pro bono services to a number of organisations including, Friends and Company Community Enhancement Society, a not-for-profit organisation that organises LGBTA events to support the anti-bullying and teen suicide prevention initiatives of Out in Schools.

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