Catherine McBride Recognized by Women in Business Law Awards Asia

Partner named Best in Practice for Litigation.

September 15, 2021

Euromoney Legal Media Group has honored Catherine McBride in the Women in Business Law Awards 2021 (Asia), naming her Best in practice – Litigation. The Best in practice awards recognize the outstanding achievements of individual women in over thirty different practice areas across Asia, who stand out as leaders amongst their peers and who have been instrumental to innovative approaches in their field.

The Women In Business Law Awards research team selected the winners based on direct submissions, interviews, client feedback and market research. The individual practitioner nominees are judged on both the complexity of their work as well as their advocacy, influence and thought leadership to promote women in the practice of law and within their specialism.

McBride received the accolade for her work managing complex cross-border disputes and contentious regulatory matters. In addition she was recognized for her wider efforts to promote young female talent within the industry, including through her role as a member of the firm’s Associates Committee and as an external mentor, as well as her work providing pro bono advice to non-profit organizations on a variety of issues impacting women such as human trafficking and sexual violence.

McBride is a is a Litigation & Trial partner in the London and Hong Kong offices, a member of the White Collar Defense & Investigations Practice and a member of the firm’s industry focused Financial Institutions Group. She has over 20 years’ experience in the global dispute resolution field, working in a number of key financial centers including London, Paris, and Hong Kong.

 
 
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