Women’s Forum Hosts Client Networking Reception in Shanghai

Practices: Life Sciences, China Life Sciences

On Sept. 26, Ropes & Gray’s Women’s Forum held a client networking reception in Shanghai at the Hermes Maison. Government enforcement partner Kim Nemirow (Hong Kong), chief China life sciences advisor Katherine Wang (Shanghai) and government enforcement counsel Mimi Yang (Shanghai) brought together a group of the foremost female in-house counsel and top executives from the life sciences industry. The guests spent a lovely evening on an interpretive tour of the Hermes Horse exhibition located within the maison. This was the first client-facing Women’s Forum event in Shanghai, and the forum is looking forward to hosting more events in the coming year.

The Ropes & Gray Women’s Forum offers educational, professional development and networking opportunities for its female attorneys. The forum sponsors programs that give female lawyers access to firm and industry leaders and other experts, hosting events at which clients and guest speakers are invited to address topics such as networking, marketing, mentoring, leadership training, and professional and business development. The Women’s Forum operates in conjunction with the firm’s top-rated diversity initiatives, which were recently recognized in the 2015 Vault Guide.  Ropes & Gray was ranked #1  for overall diversity among U.S. law firms, marking the sixth year in a row that the firm has ranked in the top five for overall diversity. For more information on the Women’s Forum, click here. To read about our diversity initiatives, click here

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