Chambers and Partners announced that WilmerHale has been shortlisted in three diversity and inclusion categories for the 2023 Chambers USA Awards. WilmerHale is also a finalist for the Intellectual Property Law Firm of the Year Award for the second consecutive time.
According to the publication, the D&I awards recognize firms and individuals that are “furthering the advancement of diversity, inclusion, pro bono and sustainability across the US.” WilmerHale is a finalist for the Pro Bono: Outstanding Firm Award, which reflects the firm’s steadfast commitment to pro bono representation and public service. Individually, Partner Kimberly Parker has been shortlisted for Pro Bono: Lawyer of the Year and Associate Ari Andrews is a finalist in the Diversity & Inclusion: Future Leader category.
WilmerHale has also been shortlisted for Chamber’s 2023 Intellectual Property Law Firm of the Year Award. The firm is one of five finalists selected for this recognition—nominations for which are based on extensive interviews and research conducted by the publication’s independent analysts.
WilmerHale and the other honorees will be recognized during the Chambers USA Awards ceremony, which will be held virtually on June 15.