WilmerHale partner and co-chair of the firm's Pro Bono and Community Service Committee Kimberly Parker, served as a panelist at the Harvard Law School (HLS) Women's Alliance of DC's Public Interest and Pro Bono Panel on July 18, 2013, in Washington DC. WilmerHale Associate Rachel Murphy served as the moderator of the event, former Associate Lyric Chen helped organize the event, and former Counsel Elisebeth Collins a co-founder of the HLS Women's Alliance of DC.
The panel featured a number of distinguished Harvard Law School women alumnae who, throughout their careers, have demonstrated commitment to public interest and pro bono work. Speakers participating on the panel represented various organizations, including, DC Volunteer Lawyers Project, Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured, and the DC Access to Justice Commission.
The HLS Women's Alliance of DC is designed to provide opportunities for professional development and advancement, and networking.