Search underway for the legal profession’s future leaders

NZ Lawyer is calling for entries for its third annual Rising Stars showcase

Search underway for the legal profession’s future leaders

NZ Lawyer is looking to uncover the best up-and-coming talent in the legal profession for its Rising Stars 2022 list.

Participation is open to legal professionals aged 35 or under, have demonstrated leadership and achievement in their legal career, and must not have been previously named in NZ Lawyer’s Rising Stars list. Both self-nominations and entries on behalf of colleagues and direct reports are accepted through this simple online form.

Participation in this annual ranking provides valuable opportunities for young professionals looking to build their profile. Winners will be featured in NZ Lawyer online and gain access to exclusive marketing and promotional opportunities designed to amplify their achievement across multiple channels. 

Entries close 12 November 2021.

The Rising Stars 2022 will be published on the NZ Lawyer website and in an online report in February. 

Access the online entry form here.

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