Nominations are now open for the Lawyers in Local Government (LLG) Junior Lawyer of the Year Award. Find out how to enter this award.
Nominations are now open for the Lawyers in Local Government (LLG) Junior Lawyer of the Year Award. It will go to a lawyer who is a trainee or is less than five years qualified in their professional legal status. The LLG is looking for a junior lawyer who has made an exceptional contribution to their team, demonstrating a dynamic and innovative approach to achieving the goals of their Service and their Authority.
The entry should include:
- Details of the individual’s key achievements.
- Demonstration of their commitment to public service and public service objectives.
- Demonstration of the individual’s ability to contribute to the desired outcomes for their service and clients as a junior member of the team.
The deadline for stage one of the nomination process is Friday 11 September 2015.
For further information about the Awards and the nomination process please see the LLG Awards brochure (attached) or visit the LLG website.
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