Power Lawyers returns! Expands!

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Power Lawyers returns! Expands!

Fri Feb 19, 2010 @ 10:46AM PST


Powerlawyerstractor We're happy to announce that Power Lawyers, our annual big blowout issue of The Hollywood Reporter spotlighting the Top 100 most influential entertainment attorneys in America, will return this summer. The 4th annual Power Lawyers issue hits newsstands and the Web on July 16.

The Power Lawyers breakfast will return as well, and we're expanding it a bit by moving it to the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills. Don't worry, it'll still be just as exclusive -- invites go only to those lawyers who make the list, as well as our annual Raising the Bar honoree, guest speaker, various dignitaries and our generous sponsors -- but with a slightly bigger room we'll be able to include a few more studio execs as well. We'll post more info about the event as it nears.

Think you're a Power Lawyer? We'll start doing our research and taking submissions in March, but if you can't wait that long, email us at matthew.belloni@thr.com.

 

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