Final week to find the legal profession’s emerging leaders

NZ Lawyer’s hunt for the sector’s future leaders ends this week

Final week to find the legal profession’s emerging leaders

Entries for NZ Lawyer’s second annual Rising Stars report will be closing this Friday.

A place on the list is a valuable opportunity for legal professionals to showcase their achievements on a national platform in the early stages of their career.

To be eligible, candidates must be aged 35 or under and be able to demonstrate leadership and achievement in the legal profession. Both self-nominations and entries on behalf of colleagues and direct reports are accepted. Entry is via a simple online form.

Successful candidates will be profiled in the NZ Lawyer newsletter and website. They will also be given access to exclusive promotional opportunities to further build their profile.

Entries close this Friday 4 December.

The Rising Stars 2021 report will be announced in the NZ Lawyer newsletter and website in February.

Access the online entry form here.

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