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Nominations Are Now Open for the 10th Annual Diversity & The Bar Rainmakers List

Tuesday, October 11, 2016  
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PETTITKOHN   Nominations Are Now Open for the 10th Annual
Diversity & The Bar Rainmakers List
  MCCA plans to profile a select group of prominent minority outside counsel rainmakers in the November/December 2016 issue of Diversity & The Bar. It's crucial to highlight the professional successes of minority attorneys who continue to lead the industry. The 2015 profiles can be found here.
  • An attorney must have a proven record (i.e., several years) of compiling books of business exceeding $2 million annually, including over the past year.
• Firms may choose to proffer more than one person, but a firm will not be represented by more than one attorney in the final group.
• Our goal is for the group to embody a wide representation in several areas, including ethnicity, gender, geographic location, and practice area.
• Pro bono and/or community service work is required.
• Past candidates who were not selected are encouraged to re-apply.
• Past winners will not be eligible.
• Self-nomination is acceptable.
  Submission Process
  Click to nominate your rainmaker.
• Closing date: October 17, 20‌16. Due to Diversity & Bar deadlines, we cannot extend our closing date this year.

For your attorney(s) to be considered for inclusion in this year’s list, please submit candidates directly to Editor in Chief, Kim Howard, CAE at
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