Women come into their own in law

Last week, to mark International Women’s Month, we profiled a few exceptional Hogan Lovells women from our various offices, who are working with and on the African continent. Find out more about their stories to success by reading their interviews on the A perspective.

Susan Bright, managing partner for UK and Africa shares how:

"Law firms are all about people. It's my colleagues at Hogan Lovells and the clients for whom we work which have always set this firm apart"

Ewadele Butler, a senior associate in our Washington office stresses:

"It is critical to build relationships of trust and goodwill so that constructive feedback may be more easily provided and more readily received.."

And Samaa Haridi, a partner in our New York office believes that:

"Sometimes the opportunity to do what you want to do is not going to present itself right in the beginning. Be patient, prove yourself, and the opportunities will come."

The series ended with the Johannesburg office's newest partner Thethe Mokele who advises:

"Do not cheat on your dreams and goals.  Put in the time, work hard, have the right attitude and treat the people you work with, with respect."

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