Kimberly Brown Blacklow and Diana Wollman Named 2019 ‘Notable Women in Law’ by Crain’s
January 7, 2019
Cleary Gottlieb partners Kimberly Brown Blacklow and Diana Wollman have been named among the 2019 “Notable Women in Law” by Crain’s New York Business.
Kim was recognized for her work serving clients in both the U.S. and abroad in real estate and other asset-based finance transactions, as well as in structured finance and capital markets transactions. She was also commended for her significant pro bono experience, including guiding the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council in establishing The Arts Center at Governors Island in New York City.
Diana was honored as one of the leading forces in her field, providing counsel to her clients on international acquisitions, internal restructuring transactions, tax investigations, and strategic audit preparation. Diana was also lauded for her work as the Internal Revenue Service’s first director of international strategy for its large business and international division.
The 2019 list of “Notable Women in Law” celebrates an exceptional pool of talented female attorneys in the New York City metropolitan area for their achievements in the law, leadership, and commitment to the community.