Leah Brannon and Romina Polley Featured in GCR’s Women in Antitrust 2016

November 30, 2016

Cleary Gottlieb partners Leah Brannon and Romina Polley have been recognized in the fifth edition of Global Competition Review’s “Women in Antitrust 2016.”

The publication highlights 100 successful women in the field of competition law with profiles that feature career advice for other women practitioners. The interviews also look into their personal experiences and careers as female attorneys.

Romina’s advice to junior women lawyers is to “be curious, courageous and self-confident in the job,” and Leah encourages female law students  to “seriously consider lockstep firms,” especially because these firms “guarantee an absence of even unconscious bias in compensation, avoid internal tension and contribute to a great mentoring culture.”

Read Leah’s full GCR profile here and Romina’s here.