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LawNet’s Rising Star Award recognises lawyers aged 35 years and under who are expected to make an outstanding contribution to their law firm in the future.
Having joined Cleaver Fulton Rankin as a Trainee Solicitor five years ago, Nathan has quickly developed a reputation as a leading authority in Employment, Immigration and Charity law in Northern Ireland. Nathan has also made a huge impact on the development of the firm through his dedication to delivering exceptional client service and furthering the knowledge of his peers through delivering internal and external training. Nathan is passionate about giving back to the local community; in addition to having coordinated charity fundraising events including the Cleaver Fulton Rankin Belfast Marathon Relay Team, he has been a Voluntary Trustee on the Board of Volunteer Now – the lead organisation for promoting and supporting volunteering across Northern Ireland – for over four years.
This nomination follows Nathan’s recognition in the Chambers & Partners UK Guide 2022, where he was ranked as an ‘Associate to Watch’ and in the Legal 500 directory for 2022, in which he is listed as a ‘key lawyer’.
Speaking on his award nomination, Nathan Campbell comments:
“I’m delighted to have made the final shortlist for the LawNet Rising Star Award and feel honoured and humbled to be a finalist alongside so many talented lawyers from across the UK.”
Director of Employment and Business Immigration, Michael Black, comments:
“We are so proud to have Nathan in our Employment and Immigration Team and this nomination is so well deserved. Ever since Nathan started his training contract at Cleaver Fulton Rankin his development has been nothing short of phenomenal; he is an exceptionally hard worker and his appetite for knowledge and self-development is boundless. We wish Nathan the best of luck and we eagerly anticipate the awards ceremony on 1 July.”
The LawNet Annual Conference and Awards takes place on 1 July at the Celtic Manor Resort in Newport, South Wales.