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Kristen Anderson

Kristen Anderson is a partner at the firm Scott & Scott. She represents corporations, entrepreneurs, pension funds, institutional investors,...

Lisa Phelan

Lisa M. Phelan is Chief of the Washington Criminal I Section (formerly National Criminal Enforcement Section) of the Antitrust...

Tiana Russell

Tiana Russell is currently a trial attorney at the U.S. Department of Justice. Prior to this, she was an...

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Jodie Williams

Jodie Williams is senior associate at Mogin Law Firm. Her litigation practice focuses on antitrust, unfair competition, consumer protection...

It is no secret that historically there have been more men working in antitrust than women, but the proportions have shifted as more and more women are taking on leadership roles in antitrust. In this Special Report, host Jodie Williams discusses issues pertinent to women who practice antitrust law with Tiana Russell, Kristen Anderson, and Lisa Phelan. Together, they talk about how office diversity has increased, what opportunities government roles can offer women, and how the new administration will impact women in antitrust. They also share their stories and advice for young women looking to get involved.

Kristen Anderson is a partner at the firm Scott & Scott. She represents corporations, entrepreneurs, pension funds, institutional investors, and individuals that face commercial disputes in antitrust.

Lisa M. Phelan is Chief of the Washington Criminal I Section (formerly National Criminal Enforcement Section) of the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice.

Tiana Russell is currently a trial attorney at the U.S. Department of Justice.

Jodie Williams is senior associate at the MoginRubin law firm. Her litigation practice focuses on antitrust, unfair competition, consumer protection, and complex business litigation in federal and state court.


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Published: May 1, 2017
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