Women at Paul, Weiss
Paul, Weiss has made tremendous strides in preparing and promoting women for partnership and leadership positions, and we continue to promote women to our equity partnership at levels that surpass industry benchmarks. But we can, and must, do more. We are sharply focused on the retention and promotion of our women lawyers, and we are committed to providing them with the tools to achieve professional success.
Litigation partner Jeannie Rhee will participate in a panel, “Trends in Diversity & Inclusion,” as part of the 2020 ChIPs Global Summit, which advances and connects women in technology, law and policy. Jeannie will discuss diversity and inclusion trends in law firms and in-house law departments, as well as cases to watch that impact business decisions. The panel will take place virtually November 5 at 10 a.m. EST.
The ChIPs ninth annual summit, sponsored by Paul, Weiss, will host a combination of on-demand and live panel discussions, fireside chats, networking opportunities and working sessions featuring senior-level women leaders in technology, policy, private practice, corporations, government, academia and more. Litigation partners Karen Dunn, Meredith Dearborn, Jennifer Wu and Catherine Nyarady, and counsel Megan Raymond will attend the conference. The ChIPs Global Summit will take place virtually November 4-6.