Senior associate is HSF's 2024 Kathryn Everett Leadership Fellowship for Women winner

Through the fellowship, Katherine London will attend Harvard Business School

Senior associate is HSF's 2024 Kathryn Everett Leadership Fellowship for Women winner

Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) has announced senior associate Katherine London as the recipient of the 2024 Kathryn Everett Leadership Fellowship for Women.

Through the fellowship, London will attend the High Potentials Leadership Programme at Harvard Business School in Boston.

“Throughout my time at the firm, I have benefited from the guidance of a range of outstanding leaders. Inspired by Kathryn’s legacy, I am eager to undertake the High Potentials Leadership Programme to enhance my own leadership abilities and to support my colleagues and the next generation of professionals at the firm”, she said.

London is part of HSF’s disputes team. She focuses on representing clients in the building, construction, and infrastructure sectors. Additionally, she is actively involved in people and culture initiatives at the firm.

HSF Asia and Australia executive partner Kristin Stammer said that London had “demonstrated her commitment to outstanding client service and to our people through her engagement in numerous initiatives at our firm”. Fellowship panel chair Sue Gilchrist praised London and said that the panel was looking forward to her continued growth as a leader.

“I am delighted for London that she will have this opportunity to further develop her leadership skills", Stammer added.

The Kathryn Everett Leadership Fellowship for Women was named for late IP and tech disputes partner Kathryn Everett.

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