Canada: Global Competition Review’s Women In Antitrust
Last Updated: December 29 2016

Blakes is pleased to announce that Julie Soloway has once again been recognized by Global Competition Review's Women in Antitrust, which honours women from around the globe who have achieved prominence in the competition law field.

Julie's practice puts her at the forefront of some of the most complex Canadian and cross-border merger transactions. She is also co-founder of Canadian Women in Competition Law, the only group of its kind in Canada, and co-author of Leading the Way: Canadian Women in the Law, which documents the inspiring journey of 50 Canadian women lawyers whose tenacity brought real change for women in Canada.

Blakes is frequently recognized as having the leading competition law practice in Canada and was awarded Canadian Competition Law Firm of the Year for 2016 by Chambers Canada. Learn more about the Blakes Competition, Antitrust & Foreign Investment group.

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