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Interlaw Women Feature Prominently in Latest IFLR Women Leaders 2021 Guide
A number of lawyers from across Interlaw's operations across the globe, have been cited as Women Leaders by IFLR1000, a respected guide to the world’s leading financial and corporate law firms.
IFLR1000 classes Women Leaders as the most prominent female lawyers working in the areas of financial and corporate transactions and contract, licensing and regulatory project work within their jurisdictions. Those named are considered to be an elite group of lawyers with outstanding reputations within their markets who either have expertise and experience of working on complex deals, or who have risen to hold leadership roles with their firms or their practices.
Featured in this year’s guide from Interlaw member firms in the EMEA region are Olayemi Anyanechi managing partner of Sefton Fross in Nigeria and Verónica Romaní Sancho, partner at Gómez-Acebo & Pombo in Spain.
Hyunjoo Oh, partner at Lee & Ko, Interlaw’s partner firm in South Korea is named from the Asia Pacific region.
Also cited from Interlaw firms in the Americas region are, Corina Bove, partner at Guyer & Regules in Uruguay, Veronica Sattler, partner at Rodrigo Elias & Medrano Abogados in Peru, Marian Posse, partner at Posse Herrera Ruiz in Colombia, Adriana Castro and Vivian Liberman, partners at BLP in Costa Rica and María Ines Arenalés, partner at BLP in Guatemala.
Commenting on the news, Interlaw chair Glenn Cunningham, said: "This is a fantastic achievement and testament to the breadth and depth of stellar female expertise across our network. Many congratulations to all of our colleagues who feature in this year's guide."