Who’s Next

Nominate someone for Billy Penn’s Who’s Next: Law

Tell us about the best under 40 lawyers and legal experts here in Philadelphia.

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Know a fantastic young lawyer or someone who’s making a difference in the legal field every day here in Philadelphia? We want to know about them.

Billy Penn has been showing off some of Philly’s most dynamic leaders under 40 for more than a year now through our Who’s Next feature, and now we’re looking to highlight some of the up-and-coming leaders in the legal field across the city. You can view each of our monthly Who’s Next lists here, and these are the 18 young people featured on last year’s Who’s Next: Law list.

The intent of Billy Penn’s “Who’s Next” series, presented by the Knight Foundation, is to highlight some of the most dedicated young people working to shape our city every day. Our goal is to identify and track the next generation of leaders and influencers.

To nominate someone to be featured on Billy Penn‘s Who’s Next: Law list, fill out the form below — or send an email to tips@billypenn.com with “Who’s Next: Law” in the subject line. Please submit nominations by May 31.

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