International Financial Law Review Names Nine Ropes & Gray Attorneys to IFLR1000 List of Women Leaders
Five attorneys based in the United States and four based in the United Kingdom have been named to the International Financial Law Review’s IFLR1000 Women Leaders list.
The fifth edition of IFLR1000 Women Leaders features the work of prominent women lawyers around the world who either have expertise and experience working on complex financial deals, or who have risen to important and high-profile leadership roles within their firms or practices.
In the United Kingdom, the attorneys included private equity partners Helen Croke; asset management partner Eve Ellis; and leveraged finance partners Jane Rogers and Carol Van der Vorst.
In the United States, IFLR named asset management partners Laurel FitzPatrick and Leigh Fraser; partner and co-head of the firm’s mergers & acquisitions practice Jane Goldstein; chair Julie Jones; and partner and co-chair of the firm’s private equity practice Amanda Morrison.