As a Fellow of the College, you are invited to nominate no more than two individuals to be considered for inclusion in the Class of 2024. If you wish to nominate a Candidate this year, please read through this letter and the accompanying forms carefully.
Enclosed you will find the following documents:
The procedure for nominations for 2024 is as follows:
After the nomination closing period, the Nominating Committee will review each nomination and make recommendations to the Board of Governors. The Board of Governors will make the final determination as to the selection of new Fellow inductees and will communicate its decision to the sponsors and nominees.
The following timeline will be strictly adhered to:
|September 1, 2023
|Nomination Period Opens
|November 1, 2023
|Deadline for Receipt of All Nominations to Susan Wan
|November 6, 2023
|List of Nominees to all Fellows for Comment
|November 17, 2023
|Deadline for Receipt of Comments from Fellows to Susan Wan
|December 11, 2023
|Nominating Committee Report Due to Board
|December 14, 2023
|Board Decision on Nominees
|December 18, 2023
|Nominees Advised of Board Decision
|March 16, 2024
|2024 Induction Dinner, Union League Club, Chicago, IL
Please note that it is essential that the College reflects each state’s geographical, ethnic and gender make-up of the workers’ compensation bar. Please respect the need for diversity when nominating potential future Fellows. Diversity will be considered in the review of the nominations by the Committee and the Board. The current breakdown of the College membership throughout the United States can be found in the “Listing of all Fellows by State” at the end of the College directory, or on the College website. States from which we have no members are: Alaska, Hawaii and North Dakota. States that are comparatively over-represented currently are Florida, Massachusetts, Michigan and Pennsylvania. Please keep this in mind when considering your nominations. We encourage Fellows within states to collaborate on nominations of deserving practitioners in the Workers’ Compensation field.
Thank you for your help in preserving and enhancing the reputation of the College through your thoughtful nominations. If you have any questions about the process, please contact Susan Wan or a member of the Board.