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Rising Stars Awards 2022: key information and updates

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Important information and key updates for the Rising Stars Awards 2022

It is our great pleasure to inform you that the preeminent industry programme for recognising the achievements of emerging leaders in the practice of law, the Rising Stars Awards, is returning for 2022!

As we have in previous years, the Awards will be working closely with our supporting legal benchmarking and rankings teams in order to best recognise the top emerging talent from across the Americas, Asia-Pacific (APAC), and Europe Middle East Africa (EMEA) in a wide array of practice area specialisms.

In order to be given consideration, the research team has developed several channels for firms and in-house teams to promote their outstanding juniors to us for recognition. First and foremost, we highly recommend engaging with our associated benchmarking and rankings teams at Benchmark LitigationIFLR1000IP Stars, and World Tax / World Transfer Pricing. Secondly, we encourage engaging with the Expert Guides and their Rising Stars publication.  Finally, we will release a submissions form and portal where nominees can be sent directly to the awards.

Direct Submissions Timeline

Submissions open 4 January 2022

Submissions close 13 May 2022

Register your interest here.

We are also pleased to announce that we are planning to return to an in-person celebration in winter 2022, subject to any further changes or developments. Thank you for your continued interest and engagement with the Rising Stars Awards.

If you are interested in engaging with our supporting benchmarking and rankings teams, please follow the links below:

Benchmark Litigation – Michael Rafalowich, Managing Editor

IFLR1000 – Ben Naylor, Managing Editor

IP Stars – Kingsley Egbuonu, Global research editor

World Tax / World Transfer Pricing – Jonathan Moore, Editor

Expert Guides – Tatiana Hlivka, Head of research

If you have any questions about the Rising Stars Awards, please contact the lead awards researcher, John Harrison.

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