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Deadline Extended: D CEO’s Corporate Counsel Awards 2021

You now have until June 30 to help your in-house attorneys get the recognition they've earned.
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For 12 years, D CEO magazine has honored outstanding in-house attorneys across the North Texas region. We are gearing up to do so again—but we need your help. Nominations are still open, with an extended deadline of June 30.

The nomination form will take just a few minutes to complete. We will then send the nominee a quick Q&A to collect additional information. (Nominator names will not be disclosed.)

All finalists will be featured in D CEO and recognized at an exclusive event, where winners will be revealed.

Here are the categories for 2021:

Outstanding General Counsel or Chief Legal Officer:

  • Solo
  • Small Legal Department (Managing 2-5 attorneys)
  • Midsize Legal Department (Managing 6-9 attorneys)
  • Large Legal Department (Managing 10 or more attorneys)

Outstanding Deputy General Counsel or Associate General Counsel

  • Small Legal Department (Managing 2-5 attorneys)
  • Midsize Legal Department (Managing 6-9 attorneys)
  • Large Legal Department (Managing 10 or more attorneys)

Outstanding In-House Counsel

Outstanding Up-and-Comer

Champion of Diversity Award

Outstanding Community Service

To make a nomination, click here. For more details on D CEO’s Corporate Counsel Awards program, including answers to FAQs, click here.

Nominations are due by June 30, 2021, and all entries must be made online. If you have questions, please contact Kelsey J. Vanderschoot at [email protected].

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