The Daily Record and Rochester Business Journal are taking their legal recognition programs to the next level with the Legal Excellence Awards. This event will combine the Corporate Counsel awards, Excellence in Law awards and Attorneys of the Year awards into a single program to recognize members of our legal community in a variety of categories. These awards will pay tribute to all of the ways in which legal professionals work to make our community stronger.
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT — Honors lawyers whose careers have helped shape the legal landscape in the Rochester area and who have shown longstanding commitment to the community.
LEADERS IN LAW — Honors attorneys and judges who have shown tremendous dedication to the legal profession and selfless, tireless commitment to the community.
UP AND COMING LAWYERS — Honors attorneys who have been admitted to the bar for 10 years or less and demonstrate professional accomplishment, community service and a strong commitment to the legal profession early in their careers.
IN HOUSE COUNSEL — Honors companies’ in-house counsel for the critical role they play in making their companies successful.
PRO BONO EXCELLENCE — Honors attorneys who contribute a significant number of hours to Pro Bono work in the community.
PARALEGAL — Honors paralegals who do outstanding work to help their law firms succeed.
LAW FIRM ADMINISTRATOR — Honors administrators who do outstanding work to help their law firms succeed.
LAW FIRM INNOVATION — Honors law firms that have taken innovative steps to move forward and stay ahead of trends in what clients are looking for from their legal representation.
LAW FIRM DIVERSITY — Honors law firms that have shown success in hiring diverse candidates for both associate- and partner-level roles.
CIVIL LEGAL SERVICES — Honors attorneys from area civil legal services.
The Daily Record and Rochester Business Journal are COVID-conscious organizations. All of our events are online until we can bring large groups of business professionals together safely. We will make event decisions based on CDC recommendations and state and county guidance.