Kasowitz Hosts Women’s Roundtable
Kasowitz Benson Torres hosted “Women’s Roundtable: Forging Your Own Path,” at the firm’s New York office in February. The panel was moderated by Kasowitz partner Sarah Gibbs Leivick, and featured Adjunct Professor Debra Brown Steinberg, St. John’s University School of Law; Rachel Ehrenpreis, Executive Director, Senior Employment Counsel, Celgene; and Rachel Lubert, Assistant General Counsel, the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. The wide-ranging discussion included insight into how to effectively work with in-house counsel, build client relationships, and excel in leadership roles.
The roundtable was organized by Kasowitz’s Women’s Initiatives Committee and provided an opportunity for women attorneys to share their experiences and offer advice to the firm’s women attorneys on how to achieve success in their careers.
Sarah Gibbs Leivick is a member of the firm’s Women’s Initiatives Committee. She has extensive experience prosecuting the antitrust and securities claims of large public companies in multi-district litigations and before international arbitration tribunals. Sarah has been recognized on Benchmark Litigation’s “40 & Under Hot List” and named as a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers.