Feinstein, Danielle; Maleske, Melissa; Post, Ashley; Swanton, Mary; Vorro, Alex
October 2011
InsideCounsel;Oct2011, Vol. 22 Issue 238, p42
Trade Publication
The article explores how several women lawyers became leaders in the corporate legal profession in the U.S. These women were honored at the 2011 Transformative Leadership Awards for their efforts in promoting female lawyers. Some of these women lawyers include Holland & Knight partner Kelly-Ann Gibbs Cartwright, Thomson Reuters executive president and general counsel Deirdre Stanley, and Reed Smith partner Ellen Bastier.


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