In 2015, a lawyer in Canada’s southern Interior was earning $3.4 million a season.
That was a hefty payday for a young Canadian lawyer in her early 20s.
The law firm is a law office in Saskatchewan, where lawyers can earn as much as $18,000 per year and a family of four can earn between $50,000 and $70,000.
The firm, called Law Offices of Brockington, is one of a number of high-profile employment law firms that operate in Canada, according to the company’s website.
It employs hundreds of legal and professional staff, and its lawyers have helped clients across the country win billions in lawsuits.
It is one small part of the larger picture in Canada that is providing a glimpse into the lucrative world of immigration lawyers, and how their work is paid.
Lawyers in Canada earn on average about $80,000 a year, according the Canadian Association of Immigration Lawyers.
That is about half the Canadian average, and the most for lawyers working in the United States, according a report from the University of Toronto.
“That’s just a very, very good pay, and it’s the norm in this country,” said Jennifer C. Wilson, a professor of law at the University at Buffalo.
The average lawyer in Saskatchewan makes between $35,000 to $40,000 annually, she said.
“It’s a very lucrative place to work.”
Lawyers across Canada have been paying top dollar for decades, said David Zappulla, who teaches law at Carleton University.
Many of the firms operate outside of the U.S. because they are considered more stable.
They can hire more lawyers and retain them, said Zappulla, who has studied immigration law for more than 20 years.
They can also offer benefits such as pension plans, tax benefits and vacation time, and often hire family members who have legal experience.
“They are a big part of immigration law in Canada,” he said.
The high cost of legal services and the fact that so many of the law firms in Canada are owned by the same family, he said, is a concern for Canadians who are considering moving to Canada.In the U