Shara Roy Amongst the Top 25 Most Influential of 2019
This prestigious recognition highlights the significant and concrete work that Shara has done in the last 18 months to advance equality, diversity, and inclusion at our firm and in the legal profession as a whole.
“Shara Roy is creative, passionate, energetic and committed to excellence in everything she does. She has worked tirelessly with our colleagues to try to find solutions to the challenges of advancing equality, diversity and inclusion in our profession,” says Managing Partner, Tom Curry. “Lenczner Slaght is proud to have people like Shara who are determined to make a positive influence on the profession and the public interest.”
Canadian Lawyer received several hundred nominations, which the internal panel whittled down to 149 candidates who met the criteria:
An astounding 6,327 people voted and the top five people who received the most votes in each of the following five categories made the final list: Business, including litigation, deals, class actions, etc.; Human Rights, Advocacy and Criminal; Changemakers: leaders, innovators or catalysts; Government/Non-profits/Associations, including academic and the judiciary; and In-house Counsel, lawyers who have had made an impact on the profession and society from inside companies and organizations. Shara is recognized in the Human Rights/Advocacy/Criminal category.
About Canadian Lawyer
Launched in 1977, Canadian Lawyer is a legal publication which delivers, reports on, and analyses the legal practice and profession. Canadian Lawyer provides editorial content that informs, enlightens and inspires lawyers, corporate counsel, judges, law professors and students at law. The publication is published in print 11 times per year and online at canadianlawyermag.com.