Rising Stars Awards 2022: open for submissions
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Rising Stars Awards 2022: open for submissions

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The Rising Stars Awards research cycle has now opened across all three regions

We are delighted to announce the launch of the direct submissions for the Rising Stars Awards 2022 research. In order to nominate your firm or in-house team’s emerging leaders, please use the form below. For explanation on the awards categories, criteria, and key dates, please download the methodology document.

Submission form

Methodology

All submissions must be uploaded HERE by 13 May 2022.

For any questions about the awards or research processes, please contact our lead researcher, John Harrison.

What is a Rising Star?

An individual practitioner with no more than fifteen years’ professional experience, under forty years old, and acting at partner level.

Good luck to all!

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