Nominations close tonight for Canadian Law Awards

Pro Bono and Diversity categories recognize initiatives at the core of legal profession

Nominations close tonight for Canadian Law Awards

Nominations close soon for the inaugural Canadian Law Awards, presented by Lexpert and supported by Canadian Lawyer and InHouse.

The Canadian Law Awards will recognize excellence across the entire legal profession, with 30 categories open to law firms, corporate legal departments, individuals, and deals and cases completed in 2019.

Among the 30 categories are those recognizing pro-active measures that contribute to an evolving definition of Social Responsibility:

  • Pro Bono Initiative of the Year
  • Diversity Initiative of the Year
  • Woman of the Year

As such, the Canadian Law Awards not only recognize the law firms, in-house legal teams, and individuals who conquer outstanding business challenges but also those who commit investments of time and resources towards changing the profession and the world beyond.

“I look forward to helping recognize the impressive contributions of Canada’s top legal talent and hope they inspire the next generation of leaders and thinkers,” said Marc Barbeau, Chair, Stikeman Elliott LLP, one of the esteemed members of the judging panel.

Nominations can be submitted for all categories here until Feb. 4 (11:59 pm EST).

Finalists will be announced in Lexpert and Canadian Lawyer in March. Winners will be announced at the black-tie gala event in Toronto on May 7 – and will also receive extensive profile-raising media coverage across Lexpert and Canadian Lawyer.

Readers with any questions about nominations – or those would like to enquire about booking for the gala itself – can get in touch at events@keymedia.com.

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