Award Winning Criminal Lawyers Accepting Cases in Cabbagetown-South St.James Town 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.

Cabbagetown-South St.James Town Toronto Criminal Lawyers

Caramanna Friedberg LLP accepts criminal clients from the Cabbagetown-South St.James Town neighbourhood. The neighbourhood, Cabbagetown-South St. James Town is located in the central part of Toronto. The neighbourhood boundary for Cabbagetown-South St.James Town starts at the intersection of Wellesley Street and Jarvis Street. The neighbourhood boundary continues East on Wellesley Street to Parliament Street. At Parliament Street, the boundary continues North to Bloor Street East. At Bloor Street East, the boundary continues North-East, onto the Prince Edward Viaduct, to the Don River. At the Don River, the boundary continues South along the river to Gerrard Street East. When the Don River meets Gerrard Street East, the boundary continues West on Gerrard Street East to Parliament Street. At Parliament Street, the boundary continues North to Carlton Street. At Carlton Street, the boundary continues West to Jarvis Street. At the Jarvis Street and Carlton Street intersection, the boundary continues North on Jarvis Street back to Wellesley Street.

About Cabbagetown-South St.James Town

Cabbagetown's name derives from the Irish immigrants who moved to the neighbourhood beginning in the late 1840s, said to have been so poor that they grew cabbage in their front yards.The neighbourhood was originally known as Don Vale and it largely features semi-detached Victorian houses. Cabbagetown was gentrified by affluent professionals, beginning in the 1970s. The neighbourhood is home to many artists, musicians, journalists and writers. Other residents include professors, doctors and social workers, many affiliated with the nearby University of Toronto. A portion of the high rise-heavy St. James Town community is located in this neighbourhood.


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