Award Winning Criminal Lawyers Accepting Cases in Birchcliffe-Cliffside Toronto Ontario

From October 4 to 29, 2021, Canadian Lawyer Magazine conducted a survey to select the top boutique criminal law firms in Canada. From an extensive list of candidates, respondents ranked the top firms in this category in Canada, including Toronto in the Region in Ontario. Survey participants were asked to rank the top criminal law firms by region. Voters chose ten top boutique criminal law firms in Ontario, with Caramanna Friedberg LLP being selected as one of the top ten.

Birchcliffe-Cliffside Toronto Criminal Lawyers

Caramanna Friedberg LLP accepts criminal clients from the Birchcliffe-Cliffside neighbourhood. The neighbourhood, Birchcliffe-Cliffside is located in southwestern Scarborough along Lake Ontario. The neighbourhood boundary for Birchcliffe-Cliffside starts at the intersections of Victoria Park Avenue and the Canadian National Railway tracks south of Danforth Avenue. The boundary then follows the Canadian National Railway east and then curving north until it meets St. Clair Avenue East. The boundary then continues briefly east on St. Clair Avenue East to Midland Avenue. The boundary heads south along Midland Avenue and when Midland Avenue ends, it continues south to Lake Ontario. The boundary then continues west along the Lake Ontario shoreline until it reaches a property line that is located slightly west of Nursewood Avenue. The boundary follows this property line north, past Queen Street East until it intersects with another property line that is located between Neville Park Boulevard and Victoria Park Avenue. When the two property lines intersect, the boundary continues North along the property line between Neville Park Boulevard and Victoria Park Avenue until it eventually intersects with Victoria Park Avenue north of the Bracken Avenue Woodlot. The boundary then continues North on Victoria Park Avenue back to the Canadian National Railway tracks.

About Birchcliffe-Cliffside

Birch Cliff is located in the southwest part of the old city of Scarborough, running along the shore of Lake Ontario atop the western part of the Scarborough Bluffs. The area was first developed as the home of the Toronto Hunt Club in 1895 when the region was still mostly farms and woodland. A notable section of the neighbourhood is the former Birch Cliff Quarry. Cliffside was developed as a modern large scale suburban housing subdivision in the early 1950s, during the post–World War II period with the baby boom subdividing of farmland. The area south of Kingston Road was previously a golf course. Some homes were built prior to this period with the development of Birch Cliff to the west.


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