Nominations open for the 2024 Lexpert Rising Stars

Nominations close July 5

Nominations open for the 2024 Lexpert Rising Stars

Nominations are now open for the 2024 Lexpert Rising Stars Awards.

The highly anticipated awards show celebrates the leading lawyers in Canada, aged 40 and under.

The show is presented with the assistance of event partner Dye & Durham, and silver sponsor Norton Rose Fulbright.

Nominations are open until July 5, 2024.

The event begins Nov. 21, at 6 pm at the Liberty Grand, in Toronto. The night involves a cocktail reception, awards ceremony, and dinner banquet, and then a post-party celebration. Hosting the festivities will be Melissa Leong, the personal finance expert and bestselling author.

Lexpert Rising Stars honours the top young lawyers from law firms, in-house legal departments, and other practice areas. Nominations can be submitted on the awards show website, and while there is no fee for submitting a nomination, only one nomination will be accepted per person.

Once all the nominations are in, submissions will go to an advisory panel of esteemed legal profession leaders and experts. This panel will vote on the nominees. The winners will be announced Nov. 21 at the awards and on the Lexpert website.

The winners will also be featured in Lexpert, Canadian Lawyer, and InHouse. They will also be profiled in November’s Lexpert Special Edition.

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