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Young, Yates, Vicari Shortlisted for Chambers Women in Law Awards

May 15, 2015

The following three Kaye Scholer lawyers have been shortlisted for various Chambers 2015 “Woman in Law” awards:

  • Retired partner Alice Young is a nominee for the “Outstanding Achievement Award (Private Practice)” category. The award nomination notes her presence as a deeply respected member of the legal and business community. From starting as a member of Yale University’s first graduating class of women, to becoming the first minority and first woman to head a law firm branch office in New York, and her ongoing efforts to promote the advancement of women and minorities in law, Young is a true trailblazer. Her nomination for this award highlights her remarkable career.
  • Los Angeles-based Product Liability partner Pam Yates is a nominee in the “Leadership in the Profession: Gender Diversity” category. In addition to highlighting Yates’ impressive string of career achievements and professional accolades, the nomination underscores her capacity to foster a culture of leadership among other women, working as a mentor in the community and with gender diversity programs.
  • New York-based Litigation counsel Angela Vicari is a nominee for the “Future Leader (Private Practice)” category. This award nomination shows Vicari’s commitment to pro bono and diversity through her active membership in multiple firm committees and outside pro bono work, which she manages in addition to her full-time caseload.

Winners will be announced at the official Chambers Woman in Law Awards USA ceremony on Tuesday, June 2.

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