Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Cathy Hinger became the firm’s Washington, D.C. Office Managing Partner on Feb. 1. Recently, she was profiled by the Washington Business Journal in the Journal’s “Power Moves” section.

Hinger said, “I think it is important to continually support and build teams. I recognize the responsibility I have as a firm leader to set the example for the team’s success, whether my direct practice team, or my new larger team of practitioners and staff throughout the D.C. office.”

“I think it is important to continually support and build teams. I recognize the responsibility I have as a firm leader to set the example for the team’s success, whether my direct practice team, or my new larger team of practitioners and staff throughout the D.C. office.”

Cathy Hinger, Washington, D.C. Office Managing Partner, Womble Bond Dickinson

She also discussed the hardest thing about starting a new job, her biggest challenge, and what she likes to do on the weekends.

Click here to read the full profile in the Washington Business Journal (subscription required).

Cathy Hinger’s practice is focused on litigation, representing companies faced with complex business disputes in state, federal and appellate courts, as well as in government investigations. Hinger also serves on the Firm’s Professionalism Committee and recently completed a more than eight-year tenure as Chair of the Women of Womble (WOW).