We are delighted to announce our IFLR1000 Women Leaders for 2020.
Women Leaders are the leading female transactional lawyers in the world. These lawyers have impressive track records and are consistently recommended by clients and peers for the quality of their advice and service.
Each year the IFLR1000 undertakes research evaluating lawyers and firms on the basis of transactional experience and market feedback. During the process our research team in Hong Kong, London and New York evaluates thousands of submissions and survey data of thousands of client referees and peers, and conduct hundreds of interviews before nominating individuals for Women Leaders.
Women Leaders 2020 content
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Congratulations to all Women Leaders.
New York Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton partner Margaret Peponis discusses gender disparity in the US legal proffession and how she and the firm participate in forums and groups focussed on advancing women lawyers
Jakarta-based Hadiputranto Hadinoto & Partners partner, Indri Pramitaswari Guritno, discusses how her firm's flexible working policy attempts to support lawyers with families and the importance of training and mentoring in helping women achieve senior positions within the profession
Sidley Austin executive committee member and joint head of funds and derivatives, Effie Vasilopoulos, discusses challenges women and mothers in the legal profession have faced through the majority of her career, improvements in the last five years and how clients can play a role in improving diversity at law firms
White & Case Helsinki partner Tanja Törnkvist evaluates gender diversity in the Finnish legal profession including the high volume entering of women entering the profession but the relatively low number in senior positions
Dentons Europe Dąbrowski & Partners partner Aldona Kowalczyk evaluates gender equailty in the Polish legal market, including positives like the work of The Women in Law Foundation and issues with employment law
Head of insolvency and restructuring at Lenz & Staehelin in Switzerland, Tanja Luginbühl, evaluates how the Swiss legal market and her firm are address are addressing gender diversity, and where the market could do more