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WilmerHale Partners Named Top Women in Antitrust Law by GCR

WilmerHale Partners Molly Boast and Heather Tewksbury Named Top Women in Antitrust Law by GCR

December 15, 2016

Partners Molly Boast and Heather Tewksbury have been named to Global Competition Review's (GCR) list of top Women in Antitrust 2016. The elite global list highlights the top women working in antitrust law as private practitioners, in-house counsel, enforcers, economists and academics.

Both Boast and Tewksbury are members of WilmerHale's Antitrust and Competition Group. Boast arrived at the firm in 2011, joining the New York office. She was previously Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the Antitrust Division of the US Department of Justice, and has spent more than 35 years focused on antitrust litigation, civil and criminal investigations and merger review. Boast was previously named to GCR's Women in Antitrust 2013 list, and has been recognized for her antitrust work by The Legal 500 and Best Lawyers in America.

Tewksbury heads WilmerHale's California cartel practice and joined the firm's Palo Alto office in 2014. She was previously a trial attorney in the Antitrust Division of the US Department of Justice in San Francisco. Tewksbury was named to GCR's 40 Under 40 list of top young antitrust practitioners in 2015, and was highlighted in by the GCR 100 guide to the world's leading competition law practices earlier this year. Her antitrust work has also been recognized by The Legal 500, Chambers USA and Chambers Global.

Read the GCR Women in Antitrust 2016 profiles for Boast and Tewksbury.