Global Investigations Review (GIR) named WilmerHale Partner Kimberly Parker and Counsel Elly Proudlock among the top Women in Investigations, a list meant to honor remarkable women in the field. This special edition profiles 100 private practice lawyers, government prosecutors, barristers, forensic accountants and various in-house counsel, all of whom serve as inspirations to the worldwide investigations community.
Parker, who focuses on white collar criminal and investigations matters and is widely recognized as an expert in the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and anti-corruption issues, co-leads WilmerHale’s FCPA and Anti-Corruption Group of more than 40 attorneys. With more than 15 years of experience, she has conducted internal investigations in the US, Asia, Africa, Europe and Latin America, and has represented numerous high-profile companies and individuals in a variety of FCPA enforcement matters. Parker’s feature discusses what drew her to investigations and what she enjoys most about her role. View Parker’s published profile.
Proudlock’s practice also focuses on white collar and financial services enforcement. She acts in Serious Fraud Office and Financial Conduct Authority investigations, representing companies and individuals facing allegations of fraud, bribery and corruption, insider dealing and market manipulation. She also has experience defending criminal cartel cases. Proudlock’s feature includes advice to other lawyers and the event that most inspired her to become a criminal defense attorney. View Proudlock’s published profile.