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MKS Immigration Lawyers – Makes Canadian Lawyer’s Top 5 List

Vancouver immigration law firm, Maynard Kischer Stojicevic (MKS), recently received the honour of being featured in Canadian Lawyer Magazine’s Looking to the Future article. The award-winning magazine highlighted the achievements of Canadian law firms and ranked the best litigators, immigration and tax lawyers in the country.

MKS was recognized as one of Canada’s top 5 immigration law boutiques, ranking among other firms based out of Toronto. Though the Vancouver law boutique is the smallest firm on Canadian Lawyer’s top five, the experience and expertise of Gordon Maynard, Alex Stojicevic and Rudolf Kischer helped MKS to stand out among the larger corporate-focussed firms on the list. The article emphasized Maynard Kischer Stojicevic`s unique approach to immigration and citizenship law, pointing out that they are among a small group of law firms that provide immigration services to families and individuals, as well as businesses and companies.

Canadian Lawyer also draws attention to founding members Maynard and Stojicevic’s time as chairmen of the Canadian Bar Association’s national citizenship and law section, positing this as some of the secret to their success. The magazine quotes other experts in the business, positively endorsing MKS. Fellow immigration lawyers from Halifax and Montreal express their confidence in the Vancouver firm`s knowledge and services.

Sharing the top five with other prestigious firms, which have anywhere from 4 to 15 corporate immigration lawyers, is a significant recognition for the community-focussed MKS. Thanks in part to Canadian Lawyer, Maynard Kischer Stojicevic has proven that in Looking to the Future, they are a law firm whose trajectory is only going to go up.

Canadian Lawyer Magazine launched in print in 1977, and continues to offer award-winning, unbiased coverage of the legal landscape across Canada. The two-part article featuring MKS can be found at