Last few days to nominate in the Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers

Submissions for the 13th annual Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers list ends this Friday

Last few days to nominate in the Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers

We are still accepting entries for Canadian Lawyer’s Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers.

The pride lawyers, judges and others have in their colleagues is illustrated by the fact that our Top 25 list is always the magazine’s most-read and most-commented-on feature.

Readers are encouraged to nominate their picks by filling out this entry form.

Our winners will be made up of the top 5 in each of the following categories:  

  • Human Rights, Advocacy and Criminal 
  • Business 
  • In-house 
  • Changemakers: lawyers working in any area or type of practice who have been leaders, innovators, or catalysts for positive change in the profession- including diversity, law firm management, education, etc. 
  • Government/non-profits/associations: including public inquiries, officers of Parliament, academic institutions, the judiciary and those serving public institutions in various capacities

The winners will be profiled in the September issue of Canadian Lawyer and online.

Nominate now before entries close Friday, April 8.

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