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Jeannie Rhee Discusses Her Litigation Career in Benchmark Litigation Q&A

August 3, 2023

Benchmark Litigation interviewed litigation partner Jeannie Rhee in a Q&A highlighting her accomplishments in keeping her clients out of the spotlight, her Congressional investigations, cybersecurity and racial equity audit work, and her recent pro bono victory on behalf of Metropolitan AME against the extremist group the Proud Boys.

In the interview, published on August 3, Jeannie also discusses the common thread between the different facets of her practice, among other topics.

“There is a strong coherence to my practice: it’s all about getting ahead of and mitigating risk, whether through a robust internal investigation, a management change, a new compliance program or governance structure—they’re all of a piece,” says Jeannie, adding that Paul, Weiss was the ideal place for such a practice.

“The firm strikes the right balance between its exceptional litigation and vibrant corporate practices—a necessary synergy for the type of controversy and disputes practice that I have. And within the litigation department, Paul, Weiss’s collaborative approach gives me the opportunity to work across my areas of expertise and pair up with my brilliant partners rather than be artificially siloed.”

Jeannie’s Q&A was featured on the Benchmark Litigation “Top 250 Women in Litigation” 2023 list.

» read the Q&A

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