The search for the legal profession’s future leaders concludes today

Put forward an emerging superstar in the legal industry before midnight

The search for the legal profession’s future leaders concludes today

Entries close today for the Australasian Lawyer Rising Stars report. Open to legal professionals aged 30 and under who are showing signs of becoming the industry’s future leaders, entries can be submitted using this brief online form 

The Rising Stars 2020 list is a rare opportunity to celebrate the young professionals who have made an impact in their firms and organisations and the wider legal profession in the early stages of their careers. 

Entry is open to legal practitioners aged 30 or under who can demonstrate leadership and achievement in their careers to date. Both self-nominations and entries on behalf of colleagues and direct reports are accepted. 

Entries close at midnight today. 

The Rising Stars 2020 report will be announced on the Australasian Lawyer newsletter and website in March.  

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