IEL seeks tomorrow’s employment law leaders
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***Editor's Note: The deadline for nominations has been extended to 30 November 2021 with survey responses published in the New Year***

International Employment Lawyer is inviting a select group of practitioners to take part in a survey aimed at uncovering future workplace challenges, as well as identifying the individuals likely to be at the forefront of addressing them.

To be considered for inclusion in the survey, employment lawyers from around the globe are required to complete a short submission process.

Lawyers with up to ten years' post-qualification legal experience must provide a 250-word submission explaining what they have achieved in practice to be considered a future employment law leader.

Nominations are welcome from private practice law firms, in-house legal departments, and members of the independent Bar.

Firms, in-house teams, and chambers may make multiple nominations, but please note that only one individual per organisation will be considered for inclusion in the survey.

Individuals are welcome to nominate themselves but, when doing so, they are required to complete a further submission nominating one of their contemporaries at another organisation.

The deadline for submissions is Monday 1 November. IEL will review all nominations and prepare a shortlist of nominees to be contacted for our future challenges in employment law survey.

Those successfully shortlisted will answer five thought-leadership questions on the future of work.

Following a further review, those chosen as tomorrow’s employment law leaders by IEL will have their survey responses published online this December.

Submissions should be sent by email to Victoria Grennan. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact the team.