Don’t miss the chance to submit a nomination for Most Influential Lawyers 2023

Nominations for NZ Lawyer's third annual list of the most impactful legal professionals will close next week

Don’t miss the chance to submit a nomination for Most Influential Lawyers 2023

NZ Lawyer’s third annual list of the Most Influential Lawyers in the justice system and legal profession is open for nominations.

The list will showcase the leaders in the following categories: Young Influencers – lawyers aged 40 or under who have had an extraordinary impact on the profession or society; Human Rights, Advocacy, and Criminal – human rights lawyers, criminal lawyers, and those involved in political or other advocacy work; Changemakers – lawyers in any type of practice who have been leaders, innovators, or catalysts for positive change in any area of the profession such as diversity, law firm management, education, and others; Government/Non-profits/Associations – lawyers engaged in public inquiries, officers of Parliament, academic institutions and the judiciary; Business – lawyers working on litigation, deals, class actions and other areas related to business.

Participation in this annual ranking provides opportunities for individuals looking to build their profiles in the industry. Winners will be featured on the NZ Lawyer website and gain promotional opportunities to amplify their achievement across multiple channels.

Nominations can be made through this online form. Self-nominations are also welcome.

Deadline of nominations is next Friday, 31 March.

The Most Influential Lawyers 2023, proudly supported by the Society of Construction Law New Zealand, will be published on the NZ Lawyer website in July.

Access the online entry form here.

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