Strong organizations must invest in the future. For our network, this means identifying, involving and supporting talented younger lawyers who will lead Ally Law in the coming years.
Since the founding of Ally Law 30 years ago, member firms have collaborated to help clients grow beyond their boundaries. The network has also grown as a result, with new member firms, new programs and new areas of expertise being added all the time. Growing beyond boundaries remains a key strategic focus. We also know that strong organizations must invest in the future. For our network, this means identifying, involving and supporting talented younger lawyers who will lead Ally Law in the coming years.
We recently launched our inaugural Young Leaders Development Program. Led by international speaker, coach, strategist and author Stephanie Wachman, the program will help future Ally Law leaders develop relationships with their peers, using the virtual communication tools that have allowed us to continue to do business during the global health crisis. On this foundation, we’ll continue to build trust and prepare to strengthen connections with future, in-person meetings, ultimately creating an environment in which participants and their colleagues have deep confidence in each other and are pleased to create and share referral opportunities.
We are proud to announce the 13 lawyers participating in this year’s program:
- Nicole Bayne, Birch Horton Bittner and Cherot, Anchorage
- Fotini Mavrikaki, Your Legal Partners, Athens
- Jodi Hanover, Rich May, Boston
- Alex Ramsey, Thynne & Macartney, Brisbane
- Abby Brown, Moye White, Denver
- Alice Cabrelli, Boase Cohen & Collins, Hong Kong
- Henry Siu, Boase Cohen & Collins, Hong
- Arta Snipe, Spridzans Snipe & Hramcenko, Latvia
- Justine Benoit, Spiegel Sohmer, Montreal
- Rachel Rodriguez, Phillips Nizer, New York
- Aaron Papa Morais, Cascione, Pulino & Boulos Advogados, Sao Paulo
- Chen Yun, R+P China Lawyers, Shanghai