May 11, 2016
Chicago Lawyer ’s May 1 diversity issue highlights the career paths of McGuireWoods Chicago Office Managing Partner Amy Manning and of four other Chicago-area women who are equity partners in their respective law firms. In the article, Manning discusses the seriousness of antitrust violations, the importance of flexibility in her career and how to balance a challenging work life and a rich personal life.
Manning, an accomplished antitrust litigator, was elected to McGuireWoods’ eight-member Executive Committee in 2011 and became managing partner of the firm’s Chicago office in 2012. She has served as co-leader of the firm’s life sciences industry group, co-chair of its national recruiting committee, and as a member of its Women’s Leadership Forum. Manning is co-founder of the Chicago Women Antitrust Lawyers Network, co-chair of the American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law’s Committee Operations, and a member of the American Diabetes Association Chicago board and the Institute Board of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
The Chicago Lawyer article is available online to subscribers.