WASHINGTON, DC—Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Cathy Hinger has been named one of DCA Live’s Emerging Women Leaders in Private Practice.

According to DCA Live, the 2019 Emerging Women Leaders in Private Practice class are “great women lawyers in the Washington region who are emerging as leaders within their firms and the broader legal community.”

Winners were honored at a March 19 awards ceremony at Wiley Rein’s DC office. Womble Bond Dickinson DC Office Managing Partner Elizabeth Lee was a member of the host committee for the event. Other attendees included Womble Bond Dickinson attorneys Rebecca Jacobs Goldman, Chris Jones, Ana Jara, Alysa Austin, and Amy Yoon.

“I was honored to receive this recognition and applaud DCA Live for bringing this group of emerging women leaders together. The honorees were uniformly interested in building relationships with one another, which will strengthen referral and support networks for women lawyers practice at firms in DC.”

Since 2014, DCA Live has hosted events featuring the fastest growing companies and most dynamic professionals in the Washington, DC region's legal, association & nonprofit, entrepreneur, federal tech, real estate, and corporate communities. DCA Live also publishes the twice-weekly digital newsletter the DCA, featuring profiles of leading professionals from these industries.

Cathy Hinger is a veteran trial lawyer who defends companies that face complex disputes with other businesses and the United States or state governments. Her practice includes representing companies in disputes involving real estate development projects, commercial lending, commercial leasing, corporate governance disputes, commercial contracts, business fraud, and employment claims. She also counsels clients under investigation by regulatory authorities or law enforcement agencies and defends clients charged with white collar crimes. Cathy serves on the firm’s Professionalism Committee and leads the firm’s women’s leadership program, Women of Womble Bond Dickinson (WOW).

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