Robson Featured in Global Competition Review’s ‘Women in Antitrust’December 05, 2016 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Washington, DC—December 5, 2016—O’Melveny partner Katrina Robson was recognized in Global Competition Review’s 2016 Women in Antitrust special report. The selective feature spotlights 150 top women in the field of competition law.
Robson’s profile, published November 30, 2016, in Global Competition Review, details her greatest career challenge, O’Melveny’s longstanding commitment to diversity, and her advice for young women lawyers.
“A strong network is fundamental to your professional success. It’s where you find mentors, sponsors, role models, and friends. Surround yourself with people of integrity who aspire to be excellent, and are committed to their families and communities,” she said.
Robson represents clients in complex, high-profile antitrust and competition litigation against both government agencies and private parties. Her work has made material differences in the business of some of the country’s most recognized companies. She resides in O’Melveny’s Washington, DC office.
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