The North Shore’s Law Firm

Established in 1973 (and formerly known as Bradbrooke Crawford Green) North Shore Law LLP is one of the largest law firms in North Vancouver, British Columbia. Over the years, the firm has built a solid reputation for excellence by representing corporations, financial institutions and individuals in personal and business legal matters.

Positive Legal Outcomes – Our Difference

We are dedicated to knowing you – our clients – to help achieve the most positive legal outcomes for you. This involves listening and including you in our resolution-based services. We tailor our legal solutions directly to you, offering practical, cost-effective and personal advice. And as accessible and approachable people, we work on building relationships so that we can build watertight legal cases. It’s a team approach that relies on state of the art technology and continuous, on-going communication. Our business is rooted in these solid principles – and it’s how our clients succeed.

Areas of Practice

After four decades in business, North Shore Law is a well-balanced and diversified organization. Our services include: motor vehicle accidents and personal injuries, family law, estate planning and litigation, employment law, business law, criminal law, and insurance law.

Whether you need the services of a barrister, solicitor or notary, our team of lawyers can help and guide you through whatever business or personal challenges you face. Our collaborative approach ensures all legal aspects are dealt with properly and promptly. Meet our lawyers or simply contact us to be connected to the right lawyer for you.

Location Details

North Shore Law LLP
6th floor, 171 West Esplanade
North Vancouver, BC
V7M 3J9

 

Telephone: 604-980-8571
Fax: 604-980-4019
Toll free: 1-877-980-8571
Email: inquiries@northshorelaw.com

IMPORTANT NOTICE: PLEASE READ BEFORE E-MAILING We would be pleased to hear from you. Before we can discuss your matter, we must ensure that we do not have a conflict of interest. Please do not send us any confidential information in your e-mail. We do not guarantee the confidentiality of any e-mail communications. Unsolicited information may not be treated as confidential and will not be protected by solicitor-client privilege.

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